http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/canada/ottawa/sixties-scoop-theatre-performance-1.4025907 Skip to main content Skip to CBC accessibility page CBC.CAMENU Open news menu ” Theatre production puts Sixties Scoop survivors in the spotlight Voices from the Adoption Files at NAC’s Back Stage Thursday evening Waubgeshig Rice · CBC News<span role="link" tabindex="0" class="tooltip-trigger tooltip-trigger-js" aria-describedby="time-tooltip" data-content=" First published: March 16, 2017 at 5:00 AM ET Last updated: … More Theatre production puts Sixties Scoop survivors in the spotlightVoices from the Adoption Files at NAC’s Back Stage Thursday evening
Dear Sixties Scoop Survivors: I am so pleased we are where we are. Now, we are going forward with the settlement discussions and also, at the same time, the continuation of our case for financial compensation. I want to make clear that I, as your representative plaintiff from the very beginning, back in February of … More Dear Sixties Scoop Survivors:
Dear Chief Day, Thank you for your recent statement “This decision will now set a precedent for others across the country seeking solace and justice. We know that much more healing needs to take place not only for the survivors, but for their children and grandchildren.” on February 14, 2017 in response to the recent … More Letter to Chiefs of Ontario request to meet 60s Scoop adoptees
National Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare Network 1805-440 Gloucester Street Ottawa, ON K1R 7T8 http://www.indigenousadoptee.com email@example.com February 19 2017 The Honourable Carolyn Bennett, P.C., M.P. Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs House of Commons Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A6 Dear Minister: The National Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare Network (“the Network”) … More Letter to Minister Bennett to meet 60s scoop adoptee
National Chief Perry Bellegarde Assembly of First Nations 55 Metcalfe Street Suite 1600 Ottawa, ON K1P 6L5 February 19 2017 Dear National Chief, Thank you for your recent statement “Children of the Sixties Scoop deserve justice, healing and reconciliation” on February 14, 2017. The National Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare Network (NISCWN) formerly known … More Letter to AFN request to meet 60s Scoop adoptees
Quote from Dan Parlow 60’s Scoop adoptee and plaintiff in today’s class action decision: “I’m pleased with the decision by Ontario Superior Court Justice Edward Belobaba regarding the class action suit today. It is an affirmation of what survivors have been saying for decades, that taking Indigenous children away from their communities has resulted in … More Historic victory for 60s scoop adoptees!
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My name is Dianna, I was born on December 11th, 1971 to an Agnes George from Big Island First Nation. I am the youngest of her twelve children. Before I turned a year old my mother died in a vehicle accident, soon after all twelve kids were put in care, the five youngest children were … More Dianna
2017 National Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare Network Gathering Save the dates!! Mark your calendars!! When: September 28, 29, 30 and Oct 1st, 2017 Where: Waupoos Farm, Ottawa ON Four days of ceremony, cultural teachings, learning, sharing, support and friendship in a fun, safe, supportive environment. For ’60s scoop’ Indigenous adoptees , foster care … More Save the date announcement!!!
ANNOUNCEMENT Please join us for a community meeting to introduce an upcoming arts project produced by Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Art Gallery titled “A Place Between: A 60’s Scoop Arts Project” on Thursday, January 19 2017 from 7-9pm at Ka Ni Kanichihk at 455 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg Manitoba. We are inviting dialogue with the public … More “A Place Between: A 60’s Scoop Arts Project” Winnipeg MB