The 20 branches of Winnipeg Public Library are located on Treaty No. 1 territory and the Homeland of the Métis Nation. The drinking water in Library buildings comes from Shoal Lake 40 First Nation in Treaty No. 3 territory.
Video recordings - National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation
A joint project of the Oral History Centre and the Department of Indigenous Studies at the University of Winnipeg through which survivors and intergenerational survivors of residential schools recorded their stories and experiences.
A series of videos hosted on the Where Are the Children exhibition website, a project of the Legacy of Hope Foundation.
"The following is a selection of Survivor stories drawn from the Our Stories…Our Strength video collection. We are grateful to the men and women who have shared their personal and often painful accounts of their experiences of residential school and its legacy. It is by sharing these truths that we can all continue to work toward understanding and healing."
"This virtual exhibition, curated by Gregory Scofield for the Legacy of Hope Foundation, is the online counterpart to a touring exhibition that aims to give voice to the experience of the many Métis children who were forced to attend Indian Residential Schools."