Federal Government Spent More Than $2.3 Million to Fight Claims by Survivors of One Residential School

Thursday, September 20, 2018
Gloria Galloway
The Globe and Mail

The federal departments of Justice and and Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada spent over $2.3 million between January 1, 2013, and May 9, 2018, on legal cases related to the claims for compensation lodged by survivors of St. Anne's Residential School. St. Anne's was on of Canada's most notorious residential schools and was the subject of a five-year probe by the Ontario Provincial Police in the 1990s.

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