Reparations for Japanese Canadians interned viewed by many as too little, too late

More than 20,000 Japanese Canadians were forced from their homes during World War II. They were sent to internment camps, while, back home, much of their property was forcibly sold by the government. Redress came 44 years later, but as Jimmy Thomson reports from Vancouver, much of what was lost is gone forever.

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