True Story explores Indigenous peoples’ relationship with Canada on History Channel

By Crystal St.Pierre  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter True Story Part Two is a documentary airing on the History Channel Sept. 30 to commemorate National Truth and Reconciliation Day. The film explores Indigenous history and the transition from Canada’s colonial history to a modern decolonized society and focuses on what some believe needs to be achieved through reconciliation, including learning and facing the past history between Indigenous people and settlers in Canada. “I think it’s important for these stories to be shared, in particular in this format,” said Rebecca Gibson, writer and executive producer on the project, “so that everybody can hear the truth behind a lot of the things that they have no idea that’s happened in Canada. “And it’s for everybody to watch so that you know. It’s like…

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