Return to Reason Podcast – Brian Giesbrecht: Political Interference Part of Missing Children Narrative

Leon Fontaine sits down with retired chief judge, Brian Giesbrecht, to discuss how political interference and a lack of investigative journalism has skewed the narrative on the unmarked graves at […]

Leon Fontaine sits down with retired chief judge, Brian Giesbrecht, to discuss how political interference and a lack of investigative journalism has skewed the narrative on the unmarked graves at residential schools across Canada. Giesbrecht shares what his research team has found, and outlines a 2021 Frontier Centre book he contributed to titled From Truth Comes Reconciliation.  (25 minutes)

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