‘They sanctioned children being raped and murdered’: Grief for Queen ignites unresolved trauma for Indigenous peoples

WARNING: This story contains disturbing content. Viewer discretion is advised. Queen Elizabeth II's death and the accession of King Charles have revived a long-standing debate about the monarchy's role in Canada's colonial history. The outpouring of grief for the Queen has generated a wave of mixed emotions from Indigenous peoples. As Neetu Garcha explains, it's provoked unresolved intergenerational trauma.