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A project of heart Saskatchewan ebook resource for educators

Title: Shattering the Silence: The Hidden History of Indian Residential Schools in Saskatchewan
Commissioned Author: Shuana Niessen
Publisher: Faculty of Education, University of Regina
Regina, Saskatchewan
110 pages 
July 2017
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. (Exception: Third party Images still in copyright have been used in this book with permission of the copyright holders. To publish images that are in copyright, permission from the copyright holder must be sought.)

Cite as: Niessen, S. (2017). Shattering the silence: The hidden history of Indian residential schools in Saskatchewan. Regina, SK: Faculty of Education, University of Regina.

 

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Warning! This book contains disturbing elements that are not suitable for some audiences. Topics that are covered may cause trauma invoked by memories of past abuse. Those eligible for Indian Residential School Health support who are in need of emotional and crisis support, please contact Indian Residential Schools Resolution Health Support Program 24-hour crisis line: 1-866-925-4419

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