This spring, ground penetrating radar will be used to look for unmarked graves at the former site of Choutla in southern Yukon, a residential school for Indigenous students that ran at various times between 1903 and 1969. Adeline Webber hopes the search brings answers and closure for people like her with relatives who died at school, with little explanation. She's leading the group organizing the search at Choutla and other sites in the territory.
Warning: this interview contains material that may be triggering for some.
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