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Quebec Museum Offers New Connections to Culture

"They were cut off from their families and it was very difficult," says Line Ouellet, telling the story of many aboriginal people in Quebec and elsewhere in Canada who were confined to reservations as recently as 50 years ago. Their children were sent to convents for their education, depriving them of access to their native language and culture. Ouellet is the director of Quebec City's National Museum of Fine Arts, which has just opened a new pavilion to showcase 400...

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