One way we can engage Albertans in truth and reconciliation and honour the victims of residential schools in Alberta is by establishing a permanent memorial and learning centre. As the capital city, Edmonton has long played host to the Royal Alberta Museum. But since the museum moved into a new space downtown, the previous facility has been under-utilized. We could transform it into a permanent space that tells the full story of Indigenous peoples of these lands and the history and legacy of residential schools in Alberta.
June 20, 2021 | By