CBC News | September 18, 2019

Two major unresolved class action cases from the Indian residential school era will face the next government, and may be a test of its commitment to reconciliation, says a lawyer for one group of plaintiffs.

When the federal election was called, the Liberal government was preparing for a legal battle in Federal Court over a certified class action lawsuit filed on behalf of day scholars — students who attended residential schools during the day but went home at night — and over 100 First Nations seeking reparations for the cultural impact of the institutions.

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