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British Home Child Apology

Champion of British Home Children to bring her story to Sarnia

Sandra Joyce, with personal connection to issue will speak at event Tuesday evening By Editorial Staff April 10, 2017 Events, Local News Sandra Joyce, a Toronto writer known for helping to facilitate an official apology for the actions of the British government in sending more than 100,000 children to Canada, is taking her story to Sarnia Tuesday evening, when she will speak to the monthly...
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Toronto writer instrumental in recent House of Commons apology to British home children

By Barbara Simpson, Sarnia Observer Thursday, March 23, 2017 7:11:06 EDT PM British home children advocate Sandra Joyce is pictured here after the House of Commons issued a formal apology to these children who worked in Canada as indentured farm workers and domestics. Pictured here, from left to right, are NDP MP Jenny Kwan, Green Party leader Elizabeth May, Bloc Quebecois MP Luc Theri...
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Bradford Times March 2017

Long-overdue apology to British Home Children Ottawa - It was a moment long-awaited by British Home Children and their descendants. On February 16, the Canadian House of Commons passed a motion, formally apologizing to the children uprooted through the long-standing migration program. From 1869 to the end of the 1940s, 55 agencies in Great Britain sent more than 100,000 children to Canada...
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