Sixties Scoop Survivors Unite for Day of Solidarity First Nations, Métis and Inuit Sixties Scoop survivors hold a rally on Parliament Hill to show solidarity with fellow survivors across Canada. An estimated 20,000 Indigenous children were removed from their homes between the late 1950s and […]
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Dear friends, Based on what we continue to learn about the proposed settlement, we have decided it is our responsibility to ensure that all survivors have as much information as possible to make informed decisions about the settlement, to know the difference between objecting and […]
firstname.lastname@example.org MEDIA ADVISORY: March 16th Sixties Scoop National Day of Solidarity: “No Consultation, No Agreement.” Press Conference: Friday, February 2nd – 10:00am: Charles Lynch Room. Parliament Hill, Centre Block. (January 29- Ottawa/Algonquin Territory) On March 16th, 2018, Sixties Scoop Survivors from across the country will […]
Posted on October 10, 2017by Sixties Scoop Lawsuit We invited lead lawyer Jeffery Wilson to clarify questions being asked. We set out the questions and Jeffery’s answers: Question: Can I still sue the children’s aid societies and the Ontario government for the harm I experienced […]
National Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare Network news conference | October 10, 2017 In response to exclusion of Métis and non-status Survivors being excluded from class action settlement. [gview file=”http://niscw.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/NISCW-Press-Release-Oct-10.pdf”] Please follow and like us:0
MEDIA ADVISORY Sixties Scoop Survivors to Canada: Fund Healing, Include Métis Survivors (Ottawa, Algonquin Territory, October 6, 2017) Following Minister Carolyn Bennett’s announcement of an agreement in principle for a National Settlement for Sixties Scoop survivors today, the National Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare Network (NISCW) is reminding Canada that […]