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Ottawa announces $800M settlement with Indigenous survivors of Sixties Scoop - CBC.ca

The Canadian government has reached an agreement in principle with survivors of the Sixties Scoop worth some $800 million, Crown-Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett announced Friday morning, putting an end to years of fractious legal action.and more »

Sixties Scoop settlement the latest involving Canadian Indigenous people - CBC.ca

The $800-million proposed agreement with Sixties Scoop survivors that was announced by the federal government on Friday isn't the first aiming to compensate Indigenous people for historical wrongs. Ottawa announces $800M settlement with Indigenous ...and more »

'It's not happy news': Sixties Scoop adoptees have mixed feelings about settlement - CBC.ca

Money alone can't compensate for what they lost, say Sixties Scoop adoptees who are waiting to hear more details about an expected $800-million settlement from the federal government. Sources told CBC News that survivors will get between $25,000 to ...and more »

Canada will pay compensation to thousands of indigenous 'stolen children' - The Guardian

The government will pay nearly $800m to survivors of the 'Sixties Scoop' policy, which forcibly removed aboriginal children from their families. Reuters in Ottawa. Fri 6 Oct 2017 13.03 EDT Last modified on Fri 6 Oct 2017 13.21 EDT. Share on Facebook ...and more »

Sixties Scoop compensation excludes Métis, non-status Indigenous Peoples - CBC.ca

Details still to be worked out but lawyer Jeffery Wilson explains who is and isn't eligible for compensation. Lenard Monkman · CBC News · Posted: Oct 06, 2017 8:30 PM ET | Last Updated: October 7, 2017. Sixties Scoop survivors will potentially each be ...and more »

Sixties Scoop survivors say $800M proposed settlement won't heal their wounds - CBC.ca

Sixties Scoop survivors say that while they're grateful a proposed settlement has been reached between Indigenous victims and the Canadian government, healing will take the rest of their lives. First Nations and Inuit children who were removed from ...and more »

Sixties Scoop settlement 'in the best interest of all class members': Lawyer - CBC.ca

Garth Myers, representing Manitoba class action, says it's a better deal than they could get in court. Jillian Taylor · CBC News · Posted: Oct 06, 2017 5:00 AM CT | Last Updated: October 6, 2017. Supporters of the Sixties Scoop hold signs and flags ...and more »

Sixties Scoop survivor hopes federal settlement leads to healing - CBC.ca

A Saskatchewan survivor says the federal government's settlement with Indigenous survivors of the Sixties Scoop — the details of which are expected Friday morning — has provoked mixed reactions within herself. Ottawa announces $800M settlement with ...and more »

Canada to Pay Millions in Indigenous Lawsuit Over Forced Adoptions - New York Times

OTTAWA — For decades, Canadian social workers forcibly separated indigenous children from their families, putting them up for adoption by nonnative families in Canada and around the world. On Friday, the Canadian government took a step to make ...and more »

'Sixties Scoop': Canada agrees to compensate forcibly-adopted indigenous people - Deutsche Welle

Canada has described a deal to compensate thousands of indigenous victims of forced adoptions as a step forward. But some have criticized the move, saying the amount is "disappointing" after decades of forced removals. Survivors of the Sixties Scoop ...and more »