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Hundreds of Indian residential schools were never recognized in the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement because they were operated outside the timelines of the agreement or by provinces or other organizations. Here are some of those schools.
Des centaines de pensionnats indiens n’ont jamais été reconnus dans la Convention de règlement relative aux pensionnats indiens, car ils étaient administrés en dehors des limites de la Convention ou par les provinces ou d’autres organisations. Voici certains de ces pensionnats.

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Schools not recognized within the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement

Current Indigenous CommunityFirst Nations communities are based on locations of First Nations Band Offices. Métis communities are based on locations of Métis Local Offices. Inuit communities are based on locations of northern settlements with primarily Inuit populations.x

First Nations Inuit Métis

Major Cities with Significant Indigenous PopulationsMap includes major cities with First Nations populations of >2,000, Métis populations of >1,000 and Inuit populations of >200 (based on 2016 census).x

First Nations Inuit Métis

Boundaries

International/
provincial
First Nations treatyInuit Nunangat regional

NUMBER OF YEARS IN OPERATION

Circles on map are scaled to match exact number of years in operation

Timeline of Residential School Operations

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Overview
Pre-Confederation schools Métis schools Post-Confederation schools Newfoundland schools Hospital schools Denominational schools Provincial or territorial schools Private schools
Path to Reconciliation