FILM PREMIERE: Kamloops: The Buried Truth

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FILM PREMIERE: Kamloops: The Buried Truth

Watch this incredible documentary and learn the buried truth about a story that mislead a nation — what lies beneath the soil in Kamloops?

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Canyon Meadows Cinemas 13226 Macleod Trail ##110 Calgary, AB T2J 7E5 Canada

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Join Rebel News reporters and film makers Ezra Levant, Sheila Gunn Reid, Drea Humphrey, and Matt Brevner at the premiere of our latest documentary, "Kamloops: The Buried Truth."

Ezra Levant will lead a Q and A after the film with documentary hosts and producers, Drea Humphrey and Matt Brevner.

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Tickets are $15 + fees and will include access to the theatre for the film as well as access to the Q and A with the Rebels after the film.

Tickets are expected to sell out.

About the film:

In May 2021, the Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation band in Kamloops, British Columbia, put out a press release that shocked the nation.

The claim was that the remains of 215 children who were students at the Kamloops Indian Residential School had been discovered through the use of ground-penetrating radar.

On one hand, the claim served as a reminder of a dark chapter in Canada’s history. Under the residential school system, indigenous children were snatched from their homes and forced to live in government-mandated, church-run institutions where some suffered from poor living conditions and even physical and sexual abuse.

On the other hand, it became the catalyst for divisive outrage, and a national identity of shame that likely led to much of the vandalism and burning of over 60 Christian places of worship across the country last summer.

But what if we were to show you that much of the rage and shame that was given life from that 215 buried children claim wasn’t rooted in the whole truth? And that even now, over a year later, not a single body has been found in the apple orchard where many Canadians still believe children’s remains lie?

In our new documentary, Rebel News reporters Drea Humphrey and Matt Brevner take you on an investigative journey to discover the truth about a story that misled a nation — the truth about what lies beneath the soil at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School.

This documentary is available online for RebelNews+ subscribers. To learn more or to watch online now: please visit http://www.KamloopsDocumentary.com

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