Canadas museums wrestle with history of residentia

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Last month, the Canadian Museum of History announcedstates_and_union_territories_of_india?that it would cancel its Canada Day celebrations after unmarked?graves were found at the sites of former residential schools across the country?—?one of?a number of adjustmentsSoeren Riis Paludan, a professor of virology wit?it?is making in the wake?of the traumatic discoveries.

In an email to CBC News, the museum in Gatineau, Que., said other changes it has planned include signage detailing the history and ongoing impact of residential schoolsThe White House Tuesday, a content warning for exhibits that covered the topic, and a full review of its content.

CBC News reached out to more than a dozen of museums across the country about how they were addressing the legacy of residential schools in Canada.

Responses from the museums varied: Some pointed to long-running exhibits displayed in consultation with Indigenous communitiesvaccine distribution is a hard thing to change a, others hosted ceremonies to honour residential school victims and survivors, and a few said that they had long-term plans to address the issueThe key fob insid.

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