Eligible survivors receive a payment of $25,000 for loss of cultural identities
Survivors told payments would be as high as $50,000.
‘There are no documents’; Parents fight for child who disappeared in Manitoba’s child welfare system
The government still includes the daughter’s name on the mother’s provincial health card.
With $500 million for ’60s Scoop survivors idling in a bank account, a lawyer for…
Survivors will share $750 million in individual compensation payments of between $20,000 and $50,000.
Feds not taking steps to notify Indigenous people adopted out of country during ’60s scoop of settlement agreement
“I wouldn’t be surprised if there are scoopers around the world.”
The lawsuit brings to two the number of legal claims representing the Métis and non-status.