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Trudeau invites pope to Canada for Church apology to indigenous peoples

ROME (Reuters) – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday urged Pope Francis to visit Canada to apologize to indigenous peoples for the Catholic Church's treatment of aboriginal children in schools it ran there.
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