The author discusses his experience with Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission, charged with writing a history of the residential school system for First Nations students in Canada and with producing an archive accessible to both scholarly researchers and the public. Funding and limited governmental support for the project limited its scope and effectiveness, but the TRC has helped educate the Canadian public about residential schools, and has made progress towards reconciliation.

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