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 from our elders. Lineage, ancestral wisdom of truth beyond that of colonial government archives.

Thank you former Chief Wilmer Nadjiwon and former Band Councillor Howard Jones of the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nations.

Written submissions are to be made this week and judge will subsequently announce date for release of decision. We will post date of decision as soon as we are advised.

– Ontario Sixties Scoop Steering Committee

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