WARNING: This quiz contains details about experiences at residential schools in B.C. and may be upsetting to some readers.
Each year, Sept. 30 is set aside as the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, a day to honour survivors of residential schools in Canada and to commemorate those who did not return home from these institutions.
The day is a sombre time for reflection and a time to consider the effects of the residential schools which operated in Canada in the past.
In honour of the day, here are some questions about the history of residential schools in Canada.
Please take time to learn more about this part of Canada’s history.
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