Unmarked Graves: A Personal Story of Shame and Healing


This number will never be the same in Canada. The issue of the horrific treatment of the Indigenous Peoples of Canada is once again dominating the public consciousness with the discovery of the remains of 215 children at the Kamloops Indian Residential School. There seems to be plenty of blame to go around, but is finger-pointing the best way towards healing? And what are we to make of the culture of shame that so many Indigenous people grew up in? On this week’s edition of the AC Podcast, Andy sat down with a dear Métis friend, Quentin, to discuss this issue.

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