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The First Nation wants equipment to search the former Mohawk Institute residential school in Brantford following the discovery of child remains in a mass grave in Kamloops, B.
Janis Monture has heard the stories and testimonials by survivors who attended the former Mohawk Institute Residential School in Brantford, Ontario — and she knows of the probable deaths and burials that are unmarked. Monture is an intergenerational survivor of residential schools and the executive director of the Woodland Cultural Centre, a cultural and heritage museum housed on the grounds Mohawk institute mass graves the former institute, also known as the Mush Hole, located near Six Nations of the Grand River Territory. While the institute operated for over years, Monture, who has been with the cultural centre sincehas yet to see complete records to for some 15, children who attended. She noted that, while exact s of children who died or went missing are unknown because of huge gaps in records, preliminary research indicates anywhere from 30 to 50 deaths. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits a memorial at Parliament Hill in Ottawa on June 1,in recognition of the discovery of children's remains at the site of a former Indian residential school in Kamloops, British Columbia. Canada's handling of its boarding school history has differed widely from policies in the United States.