Joe Biden, Justin Trudeau, Catholic Church and the native families stance to put it right on mass massacre in Canada and the United States.
- Joe Biden in Tulsa to mark The end of the silence on a racist massacre.
- Residential schools: “apologizing is not enough”, says Justin Trudeau
- Catholic Church called to apologize for role in residential schools.
- It is the native families who must dictate the procedure for governments to investigate the old residential school sites, plead Quebec and Ottawa.
[Alles Europa News] ; In a statement released on Tuesday, The Canadian Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde urged the federal government to help communities locate missing children.
The Government of Canada must respond to First Nations who ask for help in locating our lost children and supporting our grieving First Nations communities , he said.
He also noted the support of Canadians and demanded that of governments in researching former residential school sites.
“We deeply appreciate the support of so many concerned Canadians. I demand that all governments commit to supporting First Nations who seek to conduct thorough investigations into former residential school sites and take all available measures to hold perpetrators accountable” , he insisted. .
Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller assured Indigenous communities that the government would listen to their needs, including mental health services, after this difficult event , Alles Europa News reports.
The House of Commons held a take note debate on Tuesday evening on the discovery of the remains of 215 children at the site of a former Indian residential school in Kamloops, British Columbia.
In his opening remarks, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stressed that Canada has not honored its commitments to Indigenous peoples.
Our country has failed in its duty to hundreds of indigenous children , he said. We cannot close our eyes.