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Selinger said the plan includes introducing legislation this fall for a new First Nation, Métis and Inuit education policy for teaching the history and culture of aboriginals as well as the significance of treaties. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s report earlier this month followed a six- year study of Canada’s residential schools that concluded the system was a “ cultural genocide” that led to the deaths of more than 6,000 children — many others who survived suffered various forms of abuse. Last week, B. C. announced that children as young as 10 would soon be taught about residential schools, as well as other racist government programs, such as the Chinese head tax. “ With the release of the ( commission’s) final report, it’s time to acknowledge the truth about what happened in Canada’s residential schools, educate students and move forward in a spirit of reconciliation, mutual understanding and respect,” Selinger said in a news release. “ Educating students about historical wrongs is a step toward mutual respect, reconciliation, and understanding how we as a society can move forward together,” he added. A report by the group People for Education released June 8 said public school teachers in Ontario are not receiving enough training on aboriginal issues and called on the province to add more professional development for teachers. The Manitoba announcement also promises the government will work with post- secondary institutions to develop a strategy for introducing more indigenous content into bachelor of education courses to support teachers. It says the promised legislation will include a provision that will require the education framework to be reviewed every three years. — The Canadian Press Residential school legacy to be taught to students MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES Premier Greg Selinger says teaching history and culture of aboriginals is part of educational plan. A_ 07_ Jun- 22- 15_ FP_ 01. indd A7 6/ 21/ 15 8: 33: 08 PM

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