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Photos, videos, records and residential school survivors' statements are now gathered at the University of Manitoba's National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation. The public website including access to public records is

École de l'Immaculée-Conception, Standoff, AB

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Girls are shown brushing their teeth at St. Philip's Indian Residential School, Fort George, Quebec 1947-1948

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A nun prepares children for a concert at Shubenacadie Indian Residential, Nova Scotia, sometime between 1940-1991

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Girls are shown baking at Shingwauk student residence Sault Ste. Marie District between 1965-1966

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Boys are lined up in rows at the Brandon Indian Residential School in 1960

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Boys are shown washing and brushing their teeth at Old Sun Residential School, Gleichen, Alberta sometime between 1940-1949.

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Students help at harvest time St. Peter's Indian Residential School, Lesser Slave Lake, Alberta between 1922-1931

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Children work under supervision in the laundry at St. John's Indian Residential School, Chapleau, Ontario in 1923

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A group of students is shown with religious staff at École du Sacré-Coeur, Fort Providence, Northwest Territories

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School children stand on the deck of boat near St. Michael's Indian Residential School, Alert Bay, B.C.

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School cadets and Girl Guides assemble in Alert Bay, B.C. for a special ceremony at St. Michael's Indian Residential School in 1946

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Senior students stand on the steps at Shingwauk Indian Residential School, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario around 1954

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