<snipped> More at: http://www.albertalocalnews.com/red...s_souls_put_to_rest_at_ceremony_97586944.html Also: <snipped> More at: http://www2.canada.com/story.html?id=3222604 Between 1893 and 1919, over 300 First Nation children were taken from their homes from across the West and placed into the gov't-sanctioned church-run residential school at the Red Dear Industrial School across the river from Ft Nomandeau in Alberta. They were forbidden to speak their own language or honour their heritage, and were kept from having contact with their parents. Many, if they tried to run, were never seen again. The graves of many have been lost or were never marked at all. Please, keep these children and their families in your mind during your research on unidentified remains. These children and their families deserve to have the reconciliation they were forbidden during their lives.