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AFN announces 13 delegates set to meet Pope Francis in push for residential school apolo

AFN announces 13 delegates set to meet Pope Francis in push for residential school apolo
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The Assembly of First Nations has announced the 13 delegates who will be going to the Vatican to meet with Pope Francis next month.

The delegation include elders, residential school survivors and youth.

Assembly of First Nations Northwest Territories Regional Chief Norman Yakeleya will be the delegation lead and Wilton Littlechild from Alberta, who was a commissioner for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, will be the spokesperson.
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