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Surname 1 Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date Secret Path Extra Credit Assignment Question 1 Downie’s album Secret Path tells Chanie Wenjack’s story, who died running away from residential school Question 2 Chanie was a young man who kicked the bucket on October 22, 1966, strolling the railroad tracks, endeavouring to escape from the Cecilia Jeffrey Indian Residential School to walk home. Chanie's house was 400 miles away. He didn't realize that. He didn't know where it was, nor realize how to think that its, at the same time, as such a significant number of children more than anybody will have the capacity to envision he attempted. Question 3 The residential educational system hurt Indigenous youngsters altogether by expelling them from their families, denying them of their genealogical dialects, uncovering a considerable lot of them to physical and sexual maltreatment, and coercively liberating them. Disengaged from their families and culture and compelled to communicate in English or French, understudies who went to the residential educational system regularly graduated unfit to fit into either their networks or Canadian culture. It eventually demonstrated fruitful in
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  • Fall '13
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  • Microeconomics, Aboriginal peoples in Canada, First Nations, Canadian government, Indian Residential Schools, Downie’s album Secret Path, Patrick Downie

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