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Residential schools

Schools developed by different religious institutions and often financially supported by the federal government. The schools were developed as a primary tool for assimilating Aboriginal children into the ways of the West or dominant culture. Religious instruction was paramount and typically less than half of the day was spent in educational activities.

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