Appeal Court rules Brown v Canada is to proceed as a class action

Three judges of the Ontario Superior Court have ruled that the motion by Canada to strike the case is to be dismissed in a ruling released December 2, 2014.

You may read the ruling by clicking here .

All persons whose cultural identity were affected by the Sixties Scoop in Ontario should contact Natalia Graham at 1-866-360-5952 or thesixtiesscoopclaim@gmail.com.

Author: 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.

2 thoughts on “Appeal Court rules Brown v Canada is to proceed as a class action”

  1. I am a sixties scoop victim. Scooped from Trout Lake, Ontario. My parents were married and I was baptized a Roman Cathelic and they lived as trappers do. My parents died of broken hearts, b/c we were stolen from them. My mom was so tramatized that she was stuck mentally in the era we were apprehended until the day she died. In her mind we never were gone. She spoke to me like I was never gone. I was 2 years old and remember being taken away. I cried a lot and never trusted anyone in my life again.

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