"This site is a counterpart to Where are the Children? Healing the Legacy of the Residential Schools, a touring exhibition that explores the history and legacy of Canada’s Residential School System through Survivor stories, archival photographs, and documents, curated by Iroquois artist Jeff Thomas."
The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR) houses the largest collection of materials on the history and impact of the Residential School System and includes one of the largest collections of oral history in the country. The collection consists of materials from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC), the Government of Canada, Survivors and the Churches.
"This project was initiated by the United Church’s Steering Committee on Residential Schools, comprised of Survivors from different residential schools across Canada and of United Church leaders and staff. Here you will find photographs from the collections in our national archives in Toronto, as well as photos from the BC Conference Archives."
"The General Council Archives contains records for the following  Indian Residential Schools included in the Settlement Agreement . The schools were initially operated by the Methodist and Presbyterian churches before 1925. Following union, The United Church of Canada inherited administration of the schools."