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Survivors Awaiting Final Settlement Agreement

On October 5, 2017, Canada announced an “Agreement in Principle”, settling, for all of Canada, a plan for compensation, healing, and change. Since then, we have heard from many. Once the agreement is finalized, the application process for compensation will … Continue reading

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We invited lead lawyer Jeffery Wilson to clarify questions being asked. We set out the questions and Jeffery’s answers: Question: Can I still sue the children’s aid societies and the Ontario government for the harm I experienced as an foster … Continue reading

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Canada Stepped into the Light

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Sixties Scoop survivors’ decade-long journey for justice culminates in historic pan-Canadian agreement

Chief Marcia Brown Martel joins Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations to announce a pan-Canadian resolution for children of the Sixties Scoop Ottawa, October 6, 2017— Today, surrounded by fellow Sixties Scoop survivors from across Canada, Chief Marcia Brown Martel stood beside … Continue reading

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Minister of Indigenous Affairs to make 60’s Scoop announcement on Friday, October 6th, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. in the foyer of the House of Commons. Stay tuned.

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Important Update on Our Case and October 11th

Right now, confidential discussions are taking place to attempt a Canada-wide settlement of the 60s Scoop. Chief Marcia Martel (Brown) believes these discussions may result in a resolution aligned with her vision, and the hopes of many survivors she has … Continue reading

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Our Vision for Resolution

Have you watched Chief Martel’s vision statement? View it here: From the start of our action in February 2009, Representative Plaintiff Chief Marcia Martel (Brown) has urged respect, reconciliation, resolution. Two successive federal governments (under Harper and Trudeau) have … Continue reading

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