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

An agreement in principle to directly compensate Sixties Scoop survivors has been reached between the federal government and the plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit, Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Carolyn Bennett announced ...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 50 ...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 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 »

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

A class-action lawyer is applauding the federal government's decision to give Sixties Scoop adoptees financial compensation. "I think it's a historic day," said Garth Myers, an associate with Koskie Minsky. "I think this settlement is a step in the ...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 »

Montreal Sixties Scoop survivors critical of federal settlement - CBC.ca

Some Montreal survivors of the Sixties Scoop are not satisfied with the way the government has gone about recognizing and trying to remedy what happened to them. The Sixties Scoop refers to thousands of Indigenous children were taken from their parents ...and more »

Sixties Scoop: Government to give $800 million to aboriginals - Radio Canada International

By Marc Montgomery | english@rcinet.ca. Friday 6 October, 2017 , 4 Comments ↓ · Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WeChat Email Print · Share. “The Sixties Scoop was a dark painful chapter in Canada's history. The survivors have identified the loss of ...and more »

'A small step': Ottawa Sixties Scoop survivors on federal settlement - CBC.ca

Sixties Scoop survivors in Ottawa are speaking out about the federal government's announcement of a settlement for those who endured a child welfare program that saw thousands of Indigenous youth adopted out of their communities and put into non ...and more »