Along the Shore Line
Japanese Internment Camp
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Japanese Internment Camp


Left - Right:Minoru Nagasawa , Matahuru 'Mutt' Otsu. For the Japanese Canadians there were no homes, farms and other property left after the internment. They were forced to start their lives over, with no economic resources. In 1988 $21,000 redress for Japanese Canadians was passed and the Prime Minister issued an apology for the miscarriage of justice that led to internment.