Catholic Church accountability, Ontario schools, The Tragically Hip | The National for June 2, 2021

Catholic Church accountability, Ontario schools, The Tragically Hip | The National for June 2, 2021

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Ottawa promises funding to help First Nations communities search for unmarked graves at former residential schools as calls for accountability from the Catholic Church grow louder. Ontario is keeping schools closed for the rest of the year. Plus, The Tragically Hip join with Feist for the Junos.

00:00 The National for June 2, 2021
01:14 Kamloops residential school discovery
01:55 Government pledges money to find unmarked graves
05:03 Calls for an apology from the Catholic Church
07:45 Joyce Echaquan inquiry concludes
10:05 Government to release MMIWG response plan
10:45 Canada's COVID-19 daily case count
11:17 Ontario schools to stay closed until September
13:33 Atlantic Canada begins to reopen
14:26 Winnipeg welcomes NHL playoffs
16:58 Fight against old-growth logging in Fairy Creek
20:37 Ontario nursing homes caught breaking the law
23:54 The Tragically Hip return to the stage for Junos
33:40 Understanding intergenerational trauma
37:05 Jessica Guo: 15-year-old fencer heads to Olympics
43:30 The Moment

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