Cable & Telecom

Telus supports digital Witness Blanket project recognizing experiences of residential school survivors

VANCOUVER and MUSQUEAM, SQUAMISH and TSLEIL-WAUTUTH TERRITORIES — Telus Communications, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) and Indigenous artist Carey Newman today announced the launch of a new online platform,, which invites Canadians to bear witness to the experiences of residential school survivors. The digital platform shares stories from the Witness Blanket, “a powerful work of art made from over 800 items reclaimed from residential schools, churches, government buildings and other important cultural sites across Canada,” explains a Telus press release. Newman, a master carver and Indigenous artist, created the artwork “as a national monument to recognize the...

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