Reconciliation won't happen 'until Canadians know everything': Mi'kmaq lawyer

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Pam Palmeter a Mi’kmaq lawyer at Ryerson University in Toronto says the discovery of unmarked graves by the Cowessess First Nation in Saskatchewan further illustrates the need for Canada to confront this part of its history. Until it does, she said, meaningful reconciliation will not be attained.

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