Monthly Archives: January 2017

Important Update Re: Jan 30 Media Advisory

Canada concedes that consulting Indigenous leaders could have prevented harm, but still argues “no accountability” for Sixties Scoop suffering January 31, 2017 The Thursday hearing in the trial to determine Canada’s liability for harm endured by Sixties Scoop survivors has … Continue reading

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Mini-hearing not proceeding on February 2nd in Toronto

Canada’s lawyers announce they will not be cross-examining the former Chief and Councillor, and that they have no further archival documents to challenge the Plaintiff’s case, even though they said differently before, and thus, the mini-hearing is not required. Wisdom … Continue reading

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The latest on the mini-hearing:

Thursday, February 2nd, 10:00 a.m. Courtroom 4-2 at the Court House 361 University Avenue, Toronto Canada demands opportunity to cross-examine 95-year-old former Chief Wilmer Nadjiwon of the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nations. The former Chief is so frail that … Continue reading

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Mini-hearing: February 2, 2017

Update: hearing will be held in courtroom 4-2 at 361 University Ave. To view the invitation in PDF, click here. Honourary Invitation The Ontario Sixties Scoop Steering Committee cordially invites you to join Chief Marcia Martel (Brown) of the Beaverhouse … Continue reading

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Judge directs mini-hearing

The Honourable Justice Edward Belobaba of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice has ordered there to be a “mini-trial” with representative Plaintiff Marcia Brown to present oral evidence “on the following narrow issue”: If Canada had consulted with Indian Bands … Continue reading

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