Indian Residential School Investigation Symposium will be held at River Cree Resort next month

By Jacob Cardinal  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The Acimowin Opaspiw Society (AOS), the First Nation-led organization investigating the missing children and unmarked burials of the Blue Quills Indian Residential School (IRS), has announced its first ever Investigation Methodologies National Symposium. In an effort to share research methods and protocol, as well as create a network between IRS investigations in Canada, the AOS is inviting all IRS investigation teams across the country to attend the event. The symposium will provide a series of tutorials by the investigative team on the multiple aspects of the investigative experience_from the line-by-line study of archival documents to governmental diplomacy. “The AOS is inviting all Indian Residential School Missing Children in Unmarked Burial Investigative Teams to join us for this three day gathering to learn, engage…

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