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Dans les médias - archives: 2016-06


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Hearings begin for Kenora, Ont., lawyer accused of misconduct on residential school files

Publié: 27  Juin  2016 - Ajouter: 27  Juin  2016 - Publication: CBC News

Lien http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/thunder-bay/doug-keshen-misconduct-hearings-1.3649997

The Law Society of Upper Canada begins hearings Monday in Kenora, Ont., looking into allegations that lawyer Doug Keshen transferred thousands of dollars from residential school clients to himself.

The allegations relate to Doug Keshen's work between 2003 and 2012 when he was acting on behalf of residential school survivors.

The lawyer, who works for several First Nations in the Treaty 3 area of northwestern Ontario, has denied the allegations.

 


Ottawa seeks top court ruling on residential school records

Publié: 18  Juin  2016 - Ajouter: 20  Juin  2016 - Publication: The Star

Lien http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2016/06/18/residential-school-abuse-victims-fight-for-their-testimony.html

OTTAWA—The federal government is asking the Supreme Court to overturn a decision that gives residential school survivors the ultimate say in what happens to their testimony.

Ottawa has asked the Supreme Court to determine if residential school survivors’ testimony count as “government documents” and should remain archived with the federal government.

If the court agrees, it would overturn a recent decision by the Ontario Court of Appeal, which agreed survivors should have the opportunity to archive their testimony with the arm’s-length National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation, a hub at the University of Manitoba that serves as the permanent repository for records related to the residential school system.

It would also mean the fate of the documents will rest with the government, not the survivors.

 

Residential-school hearings wrap up in Winnipeg

Publié: 07  Juin  2016 - Ajouter: 09  Juin  2016 - Publication: Winnipeg Free Press

Lien http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/residential-school-hearings-wrap-up-in-winnipeg-382168651.html

The Winnipeg Hearing Centre closed Tuesday. The discreet downtown office filled with original indigenous art work was a safe place for some 1,200 survivors of Indian residential schools to make claims for years of sexual and physical abuse they endured as children.

Two elders conducted a series of indigenous ceremonies to mark the occasion, including a purification with a sage smudge, pipe ceremony, healing songs and a final prayer "to help us walk in a good way, and forgive and let go."


Ceremony will mark end of residential school survivor testimony

Publié: 07  Juin  2016 - Ajouter: 09  Juin  2016 - Publication: CBC News

Lien http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/indian-residential-school-survivors-ceremony-close-down-hearing-centre-1.3620260

The closing ceremony of the Winnipeg Hearing Centre marks the closing of a room where many Indigenous residential school survivors shared their stories for the first time.

The ceremony will honour the testimony that more than 1,200 residential school survivors shared starting in 2009 in the room in a federal government building in downtown Winnipeg.

 


Un lieu de recueil pour les survivants des pensionnats autochtones ferme ses portes

Publié: 07  Juin  2016 - Ajouter: 08  Juin  2016 - Publication: Radio Canada

Lien http://ici.radio-canada.ca/regions/manitoba/2016/06/07/007-pensionnat-autochtone-temoinage-winnipeg-centre-ferme.shtml

Le centre des audiences du processus d'évaluation indépendant de Winnipeg a fermé ses portes mardi. Depuis son ouverture en 2009, plus de 1200 survivants des pensionnats autochtones s'y sont rendus pour livrer leur témoignage.

Ceremony will mark end of residential school survivor testimony

Publié: 07  Juin  2016 - Ajouter: 08  Juin  2016 - Publication: CBCNEWS

Lien http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/indian-residential-school-survivors-ceremony-close-down-hearing-centre-1.3620260

The room where many Indigenous residential school survivors shared their stories for the first time will close with a ceremony on Tuesday.
 
The ceremony will honour the testimony that more than 1,200 residential school survivors shared starting in 2009 in the room in a federal government building in downtown Winnipeg. Their testimony was part of the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement, the largest class-action settlement in Canadian history.

Residential-school hearings wrap up in Winnipeg

Publié: 07  Juin  2016 - Ajouter: 08  Juin  2016 - Publication: Winnipeg free Press

Lien http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/residential-school-hearings-wrap-up-in-winnipeg-382168651.html

The discreet downtown office filled with original indigenous art work was a safe place for some 1,200 survivors of Indian residential schools to make claims for years of sexual and physical abuse they endured as children.
 
The Winnipeg Hearing Centre closed Tuesday.
 
Two elders conducted a series of indigenous ceremonies to mark the occasion, including a purification with a sage smudge, pipe ceremony, healing songs and a final prayer "to help us walk in a good way, and forgive and let go."

Un lieu de recueil pour les survivants des pensionnats autochtones ferme ses portes

Publié: 07  Juin  2016 - Ajouter: 6-    2016 - Publication: Radio Canada

Lien http://ici.radio-canada.ca/regions/manitoba/2016/06/07/007-pensionnat-autochtone-temoinage-winnipeg-centre-ferme.shtml

Le centre des audiences du processus d'évaluation indépendant de Winnipeg a fermé ses portes mardi. Depuis son ouverture en 2009, plus de 1200 survivants des pensionnats autochtones s'y sont rendus pour livrer leur témoignage.