Residential school survivors have shared horrific accounts of abuse, neglect, and difficulties getting documents from the Catholic Church
Author: Sam Wilkinson
If those numbers seem impossible to believe, that is what is possible when abuse is spun out over decades because of an institutional refusal to intervene.
Minnesota man arrested unharmed after assaulting store employee, attacking a police officer with his vehicle and a hammer, and fleeing.
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Rutger Hauer has passed away at 75.
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