Monthly Archives: February 2017

After the February 14, 2017 decision:

Register/sign up to be included in the Ontario Sixties Scoop Class Action Negotiations are now occurring. Make sure you sign up whether you are a Status or non-Status Indian, lived or did not live on a reserve, or were removed … Continue reading

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FINALLY!

We post the decision of the Honourable Justice Edward Belobaba on the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. Click here to read. The media conference will be at 1:00 p.m. EST today and it will be live-streamed to https://livestream.com/accounts/9684327/events/7011060. Thank you … Continue reading

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DECISION – FEBRUARY 14, 2017

REPRESENTATIVE PLAINTIFF CHIEF MARTEL SPEAKS ABOUT OUR TIME TO HEAL Tomorrow, we will receive the long-awaited decision about Canada’s liability in the Sixties Scoop case from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. Chief Marcia Martel (Brown), the representative Plaintiff in … Continue reading

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DECISION- FEBRUARY 14, 2017

We will post the decision on this website. Thank you. – Ontario Sixties Scoop Steering Committee

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Minister Seeks Reconciliation, While Government Seeks to Block Judgement

TORONTO, February 7, 2017— “Today, in an unprecedented legal maneuver, the Government of Canada sought to block the court from delivering a verdict on liability next week in the Ontario Sixties Scoop case.  Canada’s request to suspend judgement comes just … Continue reading

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Canada is 150 years old – Canada’s only Sixties Scoop certified class action is 8 years old and:

Decision – Thursday, February 16th  The Honourable Justice Edward Belobaba of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice has advised that the target date for the release of His Honour’s decision is Thursday, February 16, 2017. At stake is Plaintiff Marcia … Continue reading

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Saying one thing and doing another

The Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, Carolyn Bennett announced today in the House that Canada is initiating settlement discussions across Canada with the survivors of the Sixties Scoop, and wants to put an end to the litigation. What settlement … Continue reading

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