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Charles aiming to 'come to terms' with Canada's dark past

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Charles aiming to 'come to terms' with Canada's dark past

Charles aiming to 'come to terms' with Canada's dark past

Prince Charles tells an assembled audience including Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that "we must find news ways to come to terms" with dark and difficult moments of Canada's history involving indigenous groups.

He says he "greatly appreciated" the chance to discuss the "process of reconciliation" after being greeted by crowds of well-wishers as he inspected troops on parade as part of his visit marking the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

Report by Edwardst.

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