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National Rally 2018 Media

National Rally 2018 Media

Sixties Scoop survivors call on Moe to take action On Friday in Saskatoon, the Sixties Scoop Indigenous Society of Saskatchewan (SSISS) will participate in a national day of solidarity with a rally and march, beginning at noon at the Vimy Memorial bandstand near 20th Street […]

Toll Free Support Line Number

Toll Free Support Line Number

National Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare Network 60s Scoop Peer Support Line: Toll Free Support Line Number 1 866 456 6060 The toll free support line will provide listening and support services to Indigenous sixties scoop survivors who experienced displacement, loss of culture, due to […]

Sixties Scoop settlement: Money can’t buy back culture

Sixties Scoop settlement: Money can’t buy back culture

Colleen Cardinal of National Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare Network, “Money can’t buy back culture.”

https://youtu.be/_cszX51H8qE

Colleen Cardinal of National Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare Network, “Money can’t buy back culture.”

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Minister Bennett Announces Launch of Negotiations Towards National Resolution to Sixties Scoop Litigation

  StatementArticle from  Share this page Minister Bennett Announces Launch of Negotiations Towards National Resolution to Sixties Scoop Litigation OTTAWA, ONTARIO (February 1st, 2017) — Today, the Honourable Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, made the following statement: “I am pleased to announce an […]

NICWSN Membership

NICWSN Membership

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Pipe Ceremony | Feast | Ottawa 2016

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2016 Indigenous Adoptee Pipe Ceremony and Feast

In anticipation of the historical class action hearing for sixties scoop survivors we are holding a Pipe Ceremony and Feast on August 16, 2016.

This hearing may set precedent for those impacted but also triggering for those impacted and excluded by the class action.

https://sixtiesscoopclaim.com/ for more information
Hearing date: Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Sixties Scoop Hearing in Toronto at the Osgoode Hall Court House (more…)

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MEDIA ADVISORY Solidarity Rally hosted by Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare on Parliament Hill Ottawa, ON

The Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare Adoptee- Ottawa group is hosting a Solidarity Rally for Indigenous people affected by Canada’s Native Child Welfare system at Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario on April 29, 2016. The overall intent of the rally is to demand a resolve […]

About the Ontario Sixties Scoop Claim + Registration as a Class Member

About the Ontario Sixties Scoop Claim + Registration as a Class Member About the Ontario Sixties Scoop Claim + Registration as a Class Member About the Ontario Sixties Scoop Claim The Ontario Sixties Scoop Claim (www.sixtiesscoopclaim.com) is about an agreement between Canada and Ontario that resulted in […]

There's a Truth to Be Told Trailer

There's a Truth to Be Told Trailer

There’s a Truth to Be Told  | Trailer

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNGB3NUviMI&feature=youtu.be (more…)

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Appeal Court rules Brown v Canada is to proceed as a class action

Appeal Court rules Brown v Canada is to proceed as a class action

Appeal Court rules Brown v Canada is to proceed as a class action Three judges of the Ontario Superior Court have ruled that the motion by Canada to strike the case is to be dismissed in a ruling released December 2, 2014. Please follow and […]