February 14 media links

Sixties Scoop ruling could cost federal government over $1 billion
630 CHED //  John Woods (The Canadian Press) – February 14, 2017

Judge rules in favour of Indigenous survivors of Sixties Scoop
CBC News // John Paul Taske – February 14, 2017

Judge sides with ’60s Scoop survivors in class-action ruling
Maclean’s Magazine // Colin Perkel (The Canadian Press) – February 14, 2017

Sixties Scoop survivors win a just victory: Editorial
The Toronto Star // Star Editorial Board – February 14,2017

Sixties Scoop survivors in Ottawa ‘ecstatic’ with lawsuit ruling
CBC News Ottawa //
 Waubgeshig Rice – February 15, 2017

Ontario judge sides with Sixties Scoop survivors
The Globe and Mail // Tu Thanh ha and Gloria Galloway – February 14, 2017

Sixties Scoop ruling could cost federal government over $1 billion
Global News // Monique Scotti – February 14, 2017

Chief Isadore Day – Canada Failed to Protect Cultural Identity
NetNewsLedger (Anishinaabe) // February 15, 2017

‘I’m still trying to find out who I am,’ B.C. survivor says of Sixties Scoop legacy
CBC News // Liam Britten -February 14, 2017

Sixties scoop lawsuit
CHCH // February 14,2 017

NAN pleased with Sixties Scoop ruling
Sudbury.com // 
 Leith Dunick

Canadian judge rules in favor of forcibly adopted First Nations survivors
The Guardian // Julien Gignac – February 15, 2017

‘You rarely get that kind of acknowledgment’: Montreal Sixties Scoop survivor moved to tears by court ruling
CBC News Montreal // Sabrina Marandola – February 14, 2017

Pas d’appel dans la cause Sixties Scoop
ICI Radio Canada // February 14, 2017

 Sixties Scoop Ruling 
The Agenda with Steve Paikin //February 14, 2017