Reminder – Motion for Appeal

ANNOUNCEMENT

This is a reminder, the appeal of the Sixties Scoop Class Action Case will be heard on Friday, October 28th, 2011 at 10.00 a.m. in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice-Divisional Court at Osgoode Hall, 130 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario, M5H 2M4.

Osgoode Hall is the historic building surrounded by a wrought iron gate on the north side of Queen, just east of University Avenue. The subway stop at University and Queen on the Yonge/University line is called “Osgoode Hall”.

The appeal is a public hearing. Anyone can attend.

Marcia Brown and Robert Commanda, as the two who seek to be the representative plaintiffs, and all who have supported the case from the First Nations communities, are leading the way on this important journey towards the identification and security of a human right to one’s cultural identity. Your presence at court on this day may help send out a strong message to our community.

If you are able to attend please contact me so that we can ensure that the court will be able to accommodate everyone who comes.

Alex Hamilton
416-956-5631
ahamilton@wilsonchristen.com

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About Sixties Scoop Lawsuit

The purpose of this site is to notify individuals directly or indirectly affected by the Sixties Scoop that they may register and possibly join in the class action lawsuit that is effectively proceeding against the Canadian Government. (October 2010) Please bookmark this site for further updates and registration information. Thank you.
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4 Responses to Reminder – Motion for Appeal

  1. nelson dokis says:

    if you do find fundings pease let me know yours truly nelson dokis

  2. sweet
    th ere are about 4 -5 cases in front of the queens bench right now from different provi if you need me my case file manitoba lost boy it is a certified 3 years along 1 204 524-2575 we will win

  3. Troy Ottertail says:

    Hello there!!!!
    Is this the lawyer for the sixties scoop?
    I’m a northwestern Ontario native and was in foster homes most of my younger years in and out of my reserve.
    And I don’t remember residing with white people but I did go a catholic grade school and lived in towns during the foster care time.
    From your point of view, am I still eligible to apply and is that a reasonable reason to be involved with the group?
    Thank you for your generous time and kind consideration on this important matter.
    Hope to hear from you soon regarding this…..

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