Apology not enough for comparing B.C.’s COVID-19 mask rule to residential schools, say First Nations members – CTV News Vancouver

A print shop owner on Vancouver Island has apologized for comparing mandatory mask use in classrooms to the abuse faced by thousands of students at residential schools.
Using the example of residential schools was completely thoughtless, wrote Angie Roussin on Facebook. The suffering and hurt that I caused by my post comparing residential schools to masks in schools was insensitive, inappropriate and disrespectful.
But First Nations on Vancouver Island, in particular in Ucluelet and…

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