Thousands File Compensation Applications

Friday, September 21, 2007 at 14:44



An official from Service Canada says at least 3,000 residential school survivors in Saskatchewan have had their common experience forms processed this week.


Craig Henry says most centres in the province where survivors are getting help filling in the forms are reporting that the process is going smoothly.


He adds activity at stations in Cowessess and North Battleford has been especially brisk.


Service Canada says 2,863 applications were accepted in Saskatchewan on Wednesday and Thursday alone.