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Justin Trudeau says he'll engage Pope on apology for church's role in residential schools - Politics - CBC News

17.12.15

Justin Trudeau says he'll engage Pope on apology for church's role in residential schools - Politics - CBC News: Trudeau's comments came during a news conference after he met the leaders of five national aboriginal organizations in Ottawa on Wednesday to discuss the findings of the commission.

Asked if he would urge the Pope to apologize, Trudeau said "different churches, including the Catholic Church, are very much engaged with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and I am certainly intending to work with the Catholic Church, including with the Holy See, to move forward with implementing that recommendation — to ask him directly to engage with this issue, yes."


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