A mass grave containing the remains of 215 Aboriginal children has been found in Canada, buried in a boarding school

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Kamloops Indian Residential School Was Changing Identity Of Indigenous Children After They Were Taken From Their Families

A mass grave has been found in Canada containing the remains of 215 children, in a boarding school set up by British colonists to bring together the indigenous Indians and change their identity.

Indigenous children were attending school, Kamloops Indian Residential, a boarding school in British Columbia, which closed permanently in 1978.

Rosanne Casimir, president of the First Nation Group (Tekalops Shuswab), announced the discovery of the mass grave on Thursday.

The First Nation group represents one of the largest remaining ethnic groups of the ancient Indian Chuswab nation, which inhabited British Columbia before its colonization.

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