Indigenous communities and the Catholic Church react to the discovery of 215 bodies of Indigenous children in British Columbia 

The World

Canada's history of residential homes for Indigenous children is under scrutiny after the discovery of the bodies of 215 children on the grounds of a school in British Columbia. Institutions including the Catholic Church are being questioned for their complicity in the mistreatment of Indigenous children. Reporter Emily Schwing hears the reaction of a former student at one of these homes, and a Catholic priest's apology.