Mark it in Your Calendar!

October 11, 12, 13, 2017

Osgoode Hall Courthouse- Toronto

The Honourable Justice E. Belobaba will hear the case of financial compensation owing to the 16,000 survivors of Ontario’s Sixties Scoop.

Ask yourself these questions:

  • What is just compensation for someone who dies alive and, because of dying alive, is deprived of all contact with her family, extended family and community? Canada did this. It registered living Chief Marcia Martel as deceased, and almost got away with it.

 

  • How much money did Canada save by denying 16,000 people their cultural identities and the opportunity to exercise their financial entitlements as Canada’s First Nations’ peoples?

 

  • How many adopted or crown ward First Nations’ children and their adopting parents and guardians knew they could attend university or college free of cost?

 

  • How many adopted or crown ward First Nations’ children and their adopting parents and guardians knew they were entitled to free extended health services

 

  • How many adopted or crown ward First Nations’ children and their adopting parents and guardians knew they were entitled to receive the benefits of hunting, fishing, and housing allowances and a share of Band settlement claims?

   Stay tuned – More to come  Arrange to attend  Don’t want to miss this event

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 “Mark it in Your Calendar!”

  1. My adopted father asked at Indian Affairs if I qualified for schooling and was told no. Lies! Unfair. Emotionally shocking to find out I have 8 brothers and sisters at 45 yrs old. Totally disrupted my family as I became an emotional wreck

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