In the Ukraine, they (recently) found massive unmarked graves which they immediately dug up to find the cause of death and hopefully the identities of those unfortunates who are buried there, and to send them home after examination to their loved ones for proper burials.
Why are we not doing the same here in Canada for the unmarked graves at (former) residential schools?
We have the technology to find the cause of death and where they came from. Time has passed (since the discoveries) and basically nothing has been done about getting these unfortunates home to their families or tribes for burial and proper ceremonies.
Get them exhumed and checked out. Why is that so hard to do? Let's find out how these children died.
We can still carry on with an investigation once they’re exhumed.
Thomas James McLuskey