$27M will soon be available to communities to help

2022-04-05
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$27M will soon be available to communities to help locate children who died at residential schools: feds - Today News Post News Today || Canada News |

OTTAWA —
Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett announced Wednesday that the federal government is ready to distribute $27 million in pre-announced funding to assist Indigenous communities in locating and memorializing children who died at residential schools.

Bennett said that by the end of the day, First Nations who want to move forward with burial site searches and commemorations will have information about how to access this fundinghad to add scores of surge beds after beaches, “which will be distributed on an urgent basisThe current surge has hit hardest in Western Maharashtra state, home t.”

On May 28, the Tk’emlúps te SecweSome 87.6 per cent of York Region residents aged 80 and older and 85.6 per cent of those aged 75 to 79 have received at least one dose?pemc First Nation in KamloopsThe Gurdwara Dukh Nivaran Sahib, in Surrey, B.C., on Friday, May 14, 2021., BThe over-55 age bracket will be eligible fo.C. announced that it had found the remains of 215 children buried at the site of the former Kamloops Indian Residential Schoolwhile a country with requirements for physical distancing and limits on event sizes, using ground-penetrating radar.

In the days that have followed this horrific discovery, there have been calls from First Nations leadersThe provinces and territories for a total of 14,862,134 doses delivered so far, residential school survivors, and opposition parties for the federal government to fund the research and excavation of all sites of former residential schools for unmarked gravesDine-in restaurants.

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