Regina Residential School

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The Regina Industrial School was opened in 1890, in what is now the province of Saskatchewan. Indian Affairs put pressure on band chiefs to send their children to the school. A 1904 study showed that on a per person basis, twice as much was being spent on food for teachers as for students, and that, at a time when the school had a deficit, the principal was supplying himself with luxury foods. The poor conditions at the school led to a continued low enrollment. The school was closed in 1910.  

Remembering the Following Students:
Name
Date of Death (Year/Month/Day)
Albert Mapils
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Alex Bone
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Alex Shinguish
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Alexander Aukuck
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Alfred Ermine
ca. 1905-12-01
Alice Aukuck
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Allan Severight
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Andrew Williams
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Arthur Johnstone
ca. 1904-01-01
Basil Contois
ca. 1906
Benjamin Striped Back
ca. 1892-1897
Bessie Wah Pah Hoo
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Charles Mountain
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Donald Flett
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Edward Wapanoose
1904-04-21
Elizabeth Severight
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Ellen Ball
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Ellen Dreaver
ca. 1903
Esau Thunder
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Fanny Matosess
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Flora Pitwaniswin
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Frank Nacot
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
George Cappin
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Gilbert Crow
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Graham Hunting Hawk
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Harry Jordan
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Harry Mintuck Mancheese
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Harry Spence
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Henry Matosess
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Herbert Mountain
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Jacob Mcleod
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
James Johnston
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Jane Fiddler
Not known
Jennie Fox
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
John Gwok
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
John Stone Bear
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Johnston Coté
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Joseph Pasquats
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Kitty Coté
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Laura Awakwad
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Lucy Saw Hau Poh Kayo
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Maggie Fraser
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Maggie Torango
1897-02-20
Margaret Le Mack
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Mark Wah Pe Ka Ni Waup
Not known
Marsha Thunder
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Neil Anwunk
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Norman Jackson
ca.1892-1897
Richard Smith
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Sadie Jack
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Samuel Watson
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Sarah Marsum
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Thomas Three Bulls
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
Tina Seaton
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01
William Pasquats
1892-01-01 – 1897-01-01

Survivor Support

Accessing and viewing records within the NCTR Archives may be a traumatic experience for Survivors and their families. If at any time you feel the need to speak with someone, a national crisis line is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Residential School Survivor Support Line:
1-866-925-4419

If you wish to know more about any of the names in this register, please fill out the
Third Party Inquiry Form, and send it to:

Email: NCTRrecords@umanitoba.ca
Phone: 204-480-1091
Toll Free: 1-855-415-4534 (North America)
Fax: 204-474-7533
Mail: National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation
Chancellor’s Hall, 177 Dysart Rd.
Winnipeg, MB
R3T 2N2

 
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