Class Action Date | Rally | August 23rd Osgoode Hall Please refer to the letter below regarding the Sixties Scoop Class Action case that will finally be heard on August 23rd at Osgoode Hall in Toronto – 130 Queen Street W, Toronto, Ontario. Those involved ask that we show our support by rallying in front … More Class Action Date | Rally | August 23rd Osgoode Hall
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 to colonial native child welfare policies that continue to displace … More MEDIA ADVISORY Solidarity Rally hosted by Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare on Parliament Hill Ottawa, ON
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 a lost generation of Indian children.
After seven years of delays, mostly as a result of appeals by Ottawa, the two sides will have a chance to present their arguments at a summary judgment hearing in the Ontario Superior Court
There’s a Truth to Be Told | Trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNGB3NUviMI&feature=youtu.be
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. You may read the ruling by clicking here . All persons whose cultural identity were affected by the Sixties Scoop in Ontario should contact Natalia Graham…
New Ontario regulation paves way for aboriginal inquests to proceed A new regulation in Ontario’s Coroners Act has cleared the way for 12 delayed inquests in Thunder Bay and Kenora involving natives to go ahead.
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Aboriginal CKCU Ottawa with Colleen Cardinal Co organizers of the #IAG2014 Ottawa Colleen Cardinal and Lesley Parlane give some insights on the importance of the gathering for adoptees. http://cod.ckcufm.com/programs/28/17812.html