The head of the Roman Catholic Church in Halifax says he’s willing to work with other church leaders across the country to ask the Pope to apologize to survivors of residential schools.
Archbishop Brian Dunn says those discussions are already underway, and Pope Francis’s response was to ask bishops and archbishops to work with their local Indigenous communities first to ensure there is a willingness to accept an apology.
“To work with Pope Francis to get an apology, I’d certainly be on board with that,” said Dunn.
Two weeks ago, what are believed to be the unmarked burial sites of children’s remains were found at the
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