The past few months have shown there’s no shortage of people willing to hurl accusations, issue demands and unleash uncontrolled emotions. Such tactics have flooded political life in our age. By contrast, lowering the emotional temperature, proposing a reasonable way out of the mess and driving toward a real resolution are in short supply. In the third and final instalment of C2C
’s three-part series on unmarked graves at former Indian Residential Schools (Part 1 can be read here
and Part 2 can be read here
), Gourav Jaswal examines how other countries have faced the challenge of national reconciliation, then charts a path for Canada to take.