Survivor’s Secretariat says it will take millions to find and search Mohawk Institute records and find the truth

By Lisa Iesse Writer SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND – The Survivors’ Secretariat says it’s on Canada to provide the resources needed to search millions of Mohawk Institute linked documents waiting in archives and the price tag could hit over $39 million to find out what happened at the notorious school. Laura Arndt, Survivors’ Secretariat Lead, spoke at Six Nations organization’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) Tuesday (Dec. 5) at the Six Nations community hall and virtually. Arndt was joined by board members and Mohawk Institute Survivors Sherlene Bomberry, Roberta Hill, and Diane Hill. In 2021 they helped form the Secretariat to organize and support efforts to uncover, document and share the truth about what happened at the residential school in its over 140 years of operation. So far their research…

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