EDITORIAL: The story of Inuit and TB is Canada’s story

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s apology to Inuit March 8 acknowledges the human rights abuses visited upon Inuit Nunangat during the tuberculosis epidemic between the 1940s and 60s. Inuit were unceremoniously ripped from their homes once screened, without consent, as positive for TB. One of the horrors, and not the least, was the federal government’s practice...