How the Catholic Church spent money meant for residential school survivors

CBC News and the Globe and Mail have obtained files detailing how the Catholic Church spent some of the $79 million in compensation it agreed to pay residential school survivors in 2005. While some of the money meant for 'in kind compensation' did fund addiction treatments and scholarships, a good chunk of it also went to things like financing Bible study groups or sending clergy members to remote communities.

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