TRC head questions why Catholic Church didn’t sell property to compensate victims

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Former head of Truth and Reconciliation Commission says Ottawa should have sought outside legal advice. Murray Sinclair says the argument that the Catholic Church was unlikely to raise the money it promised is "blatantly dishonest" Documents released to The Canadian Press detail the reasons Ottawa decided not to appeal a 2015 court decision.
Published 2 months ago · Ottawa, Canada

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Former TRC head questions why Catholic Church didn’t sell property to compensate survivors - National

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TRC head questions why Catholic Church didn't sell property to compensate victims

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TRC head questions why Catholic Church didn’t sell property to compensate victims

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TRC head questions why Catholic Church didn't sell property to compensate victims

OTTAWA — The former head of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission says the argument Ottawa made in 2015 that the Catholic Church was unlikely to raise the money it promised to residential school survivors is "blatantly dishonest.

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