The last building at the residential school at Lower Post, on the Liard River in northern BC, is set to be demolished and replaced with a new building. The school operated from 1951-69. Part of the building remains standing and serves as the Daylu Dena Council offices. “Locals always felt the building was a reminder of a painful past,” writes Marc Montgomery. Read more from Radio Canada International.
BCHF News Final structure at former Lower Port residential school to be demolished