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It was called the "60s scoop"... Thousands of indigenous children were taken from their homes and put into foster care... Now some of those grown children have launched a lawsuit over the scoop. Matt Galloway spoke with Marcia Brown Martel.
Dear Prime Minister: Right the wrong of the 'Sixties Scoop'.
In an open letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, aboriginal leaders call for resolution to grievances arising out of the ‘Sixties Scoop’ involving thousands of children.
Indigenous leaders are calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for redress of the Sixties Scoop, a government policy under which child welfare officials removed Indigenous children from their homes and placed them with non-Indigenous families.
The federal government says it is willing to settle lawsuits over the mass adoption of indigenous children into non-indigenous families, even as its lawyers file hundreds of pages of disclosure related to an Ontario class-action lawsuit scheduled to be heard in court next week.
"Commit your government to resolving this issue without more delay and support our call to recognize and right an immense wrong — with both words and deeds," say Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day and four other Indigenous leaders in an open letter to Trudeau.
In Sarah Hamson’s Globe and Mail article regarding the Madonna/Ritchie custody litigation, Jeffery Wilson comments "Custody litigation is reserved for the very wealthy by and large. It has nothing to do with the children..."
Brenda's results are highlighted in the 2009 article 'Millionaire ordered to pay $31,015 a month in temporary child support' by Kirk Makin. Brenda secured the largest temporary child support awarded by a court in Canada.
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