This page from the NCTR brings together many different reports and studies about residential schools. You will find Truth and Reconcilation Commission of Canada reports, studies from the Aboriginal Healing Foundation, an RCMP report about their involvement and a number of historical government reports advocating for the use of the schools.
The stated mission of the Aboriginal Healing Foundation is to "provide resources which will promote reconciliation and encourage and support Aboriginal people and their communities in building and reinforcing sustainable healing processes." The Foundation no longer operates but the website remains and gives access to the many research documents produced.
The Legacy of Hope Foundation stated focus is "the development and implementation of programming that educates Canadians about the legacy of residential schools and that also supports the ongoing healing process of Survivors."
Website for what was a physical exhibition of photographs. This site contains images and videos survivor stories, a residential school timeline and more. "Developed in 2001, the goals of Where are the Children? Healing the Legacy of the Residential Schools are to: acknowledge the experiences of, and the impacts and consequences of Canada’s Residential School System on Aboriginal peoples; to create a public and historical record of this period in Canadian history that could be easily accessed by Canadians; and to promote public awareness, understanding and education of the history and legacy of residential schools."