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The Shingwauk Project is getting some support from a southern Ontario university. Efforts by the Residential School Research, Archive and Visitor Centre to digitize the project are receiving funding by the McMaster University Library — an amount was not immediately announced. The project is home to more than 24 thousand images, hundreds of audio and video recordings, publications and hundreds of thousands of records featuring the history and legacy of Canada’s Residential Schools.