A Testament to the Strength of the Métis
We Must Stay together!
Angie Crerar’s Story
Indigenous children were gathered up by local officials, often accompanied by police, and sent hundreds of kilometres away from their homes in many cases. Siblings staying at the same school were forbidden from speaking or otherwise engaging with one another. Genders were separated and not allowed to interact.
How does displacement from traditional homes and families disrupt relationships among siblings and parents?