“Sixties Scoop” Survivors Call for More Consultation on Settlement

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“Sixties Scoop” Survivors Call for More Consultation on Settlement

“Sixties Scoop” survivors Duane Morrisseau-Beck, Colleen Cardinal, and Lesley Parlane hold a Parliament Hill news conference to discuss an upcoming “National Day of Solidarity” on March 16, along with their call for more federal consultation on a financial settlement. The government announced an $800-million agreement-in-principle last October for status Indians and Inuit removed from their homes as children between the 1950s and 1990s, and placed with non-Indigenous families. (February 2, 2018) (No interpretation)