TORONTO — Armed with everything from school attendance records to drones, researchers across Canada are racing to shed light on a bleak part of the country’s history: How many indigenous children died at residential schools, and where are their unmarked graves?
"Thousands of Canada’s Indigenous Children Died in Church-Run Boarding Schools. Where Are They Buried?" is from the October 21, 2018 World section of The Washington Post. It was written by Amanda Coletta and narrated by Sam Scholl.