An 8-part series that tells the stories of four students: three who survived and one who didn’t. They attended one of Canada’s most notorious residential schools – where unsolved deaths, abuse, and lies haunt the community and the survivors to this day. Hosted by Duncan McCue. For the best in true crime from CBC, ad-free, visit apple.co/cbctruecrime.
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this is truly world class journalism. compassionate, artfully told, and the makers step lovingly while pursuing brutal truths. it inspires love and admiration for our brilliant, resilient people.
The story is heartbreaking but the people are beautiful. Thank you for sharing their stories.
This is an incredible journey. Duncan delicately tells this raw and real story with incredible respect and dignity. It is pretty rough at times, but something we should all listen to. This is one of many stories about this very dark chapter of residential schools, but Duncan takes the time to pull on all the threads he uncovers, finding new information, and reframing old information in a way that tells the story through today’s lens. Very moving. I’m grateful that this window exists for us ... more
Such an horrific story. The same thing happened to indigenous children here in Australia who were taken from their families and placed in religious ‘Mission’ schools, inflicting generations of trauma and misery. Duncan is such a wonderfully kind and empathetic interviewer with a voice I could listen to forever. My heart goes out to anyone who was affected by these monsters :(
I really appreciated this podcast for these truths about what’s happened in Canada to children in residential schools need to be spoken out loud, heard and held by all. I was a bit disappointed in the hosts response as the people shared their traumatic experiences ... the way he gasped and responded to his speakers. Made me wonder if the host had the capacity to really hold what happened. Gasping is all it takes sometimes to quiet people who have been traumatized as they can feel shame and be co... more
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