The core legacy of the residential schooling system in Canada engulfed the attainment of the critical objective by the government to grab lands owned and inhabited by the indigenous communities. The schooling system fostered the alienation of the communities from the administrative functions hence facing optimal discriminatory practices.
Therefore, the tension between the community and the government rendered the relocation of the indigenous communities to different places while the government occupied the alienated lands. In this case, the administration prominently developed the land for distinct purposes, such as establishing economic hubs and settlement areas. Ideally, the legacy involved the adept alienation of the communities for the government to access its selfish and discriminatory interests in the land resource.