Two writers I respect, Wab Kinew and âpihtawikosisân, have made a fairly simple suggestion: if you’re going to have an opinion on the Truth and Reconciliation Project of Canada’s report on residential schools, you should probably read at least part of it at some point. I, personally, am making it my summer reading project.
The problem is, the thing is available for free online, but it’s in pdf format. That’s fine for a computer, but on other devices it’s a bit of a mess.
So I’ve converted it to Kindle’s .azw format, as well as the .epub format used for iBooks on Apple devices, Google Books, Kobo, and others.
Some of the formatting is a bit off, and the images aren’t as nice, but overall it works. You can read the report wherever, and take notes and highlight passages of text.
Here are the links:
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