‘Lost Fleet’ exhibit in Victoria explores Canada’s dark history of Japanese internment

In the early nineteen-forties, the federal government confiscated the property of Japanese Canadians and held them in internment camps. Now, a new exhibit aims to help make sure what happened doesn’t …
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