A Catholic priest has been banned by a Winnipeg archdiocese from speaking publicly after accusing residential school survivors of lying about sexual abuse to get more money from court settlements, of spreading falsehoods about residential schools, and joking about shooting those writing graffiti on churches, among other comments.
The statements were made over weeks of services at St. Emile Roman Catholic Church, and were included in videos on its Facebook page.
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