B.C. commits $100 million to Japanese Canadians in recognition of internment history

B.C. commits $100 million to Japanese Canadians in recognition of internment history

Japanese-Canadians gather inside an internment camp during the Second World War in this undated image. (National Archives of Canada / THE CANADIAN PRESS) Japanese-Canadians gather inside an internment camp during the Second World War in this undated image. (National Archives of Canada / THE CANADIAN PRESS)

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