Manitoba group preparing to stop the 60s Scoop settlement agreement

A group from Manitoba is preparing to go to court to try and scuttle an agreement in principle that would compensate  60s Scoop survivors. The agreement worth $800 million was agreed to by parties negotiating with the federal government.

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A group from Manitoba is preparing to go to court to try and scuttle an agreement in principle that would compensate  60s Scoop survivors.

The agreement worth $800 million was agreed to by parties negotiating with the federal government.

But not everyone is happy with the offer.

 

Reporter / Winnipeg

Brittany joined the APTN news team in October 2016. She is Ojibway and a member of the Long Plain First Nation in Manitoba. Before coming to APTN, she graduated with a joint degree in communications from the University of Winnipeg and Red River College.

10 thoughts on “Manitoba group preparing to stop the 60s Scoop settlement agreement

  1. Stop being greedy if it’s scrapped it’ll take yrs for a settlement be happy with what your getting if you don’t like it opt out and sue you’ll get money in 10yrs

  2. Stop being greedy if it’s scrapped it’ll take yrs for a settlement be happy with what your getting if you don’t like it opt out and sue you’ll get money in 10yrs

  3. They can’t stop the settlement but they can try for another settlement and opt out of receiving anything from this settlement.

  4. They can’t stop the settlement but they can try for another settlement and opt out of receiving anything from this settlement.

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