'This is not just neglect, this is a coverup': native studies professor

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Niigaan Sinclair, a columnist with the Winnipeg Free Press and an associate professor of native studies at the University of Manitoba says the fact that the Catholic church consciously removed the headstones from grave sites at the Marieval Indian Residential School in Saskatchewan indicates criminality and shows that what happened was a coverup.

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