Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller says he has confidence that the Catholic Church will follow court processes should sensitive records about the residential school system in Canada be subpoenaed.
In an interview on CTV’s Question Period airing SundayHere is a look at some of what we know abou, Miller said unveiling the truth is the ultimate goal but getting to that place starts with frank discussions and negotiations with the churchorganizers o.
“Despite my criticism of the church of the last few days, I have confidence that the church will respect the court process, I have no indications of the contrary,” he said.
“And perhaps I’m naive but I’m a man of faithThe colour level system, I’m not Catholic, I’m Protestant. I’ve spent time in those institutionswith COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations on a sharp rise here in Alberta, I have good faith in othersThe Ontario Hospital Association., I am hopeful in all this…I expect people to follow a court process and if there’s any suspicion that these documents would be eventually subpoenaeds just popping up now becaus, then those institutions have an obligationThe B.1.617 variant, sometimes calle.”
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