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Our Vision for Resolution

Have you watched Chief Martel’s vision statement? View it here:  https://youtu.be/mxRwD5iMRG4 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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If I saw the Minister today, I would say, “Dear Minister, you are still standing in the dark…”

Chief Marcia Martel (Brown), our Representative Plaintiff, and her response to the government’s latest attempt for more delay, more litigation. Please view and share with others: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfs6kfhOMQc&t=2s CLICK HERE to read the document Canada’s lawyers gave to the Honourable Justice … Continue reading

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Canada Calls for 16,000 New Trials to Establish Harm in Sixties Scoop Case

Survivors seek reconciliation, while Government seeks further litigation TORONTO, June 13, 2017—Today, in an astonishing turn of events, and in apparent contradiction to the Government’s own position, Justice Department lawyers issued an argument that blatantly questions the court’s finding of … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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“I urge all survivors of the Sixties Scoop in Ontario to unite behind Chief Marcia Martel (Brown) and register as claimants in her case, the only Sixties Scoop case in Canada that has been certified as a class proceeding. Let her be our spokesperson for … Continue reading

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Dear Sixties Scoop Survivors:

I am so pleased we are where we are. Now, we are going forward with the settlement discussions and also, at the same time, the continuation of our case for financial compensation. I want to make clear that I, as … Continue reading

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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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