A lawyer facing a disciplinary hearing for his work with residential school survivors is actively signing up ‘60s Scoop adoptees, APTN News has learned.
Dozens of 60s Scoop survivors took to the streets of Winnipeg Friday morning to raise awareness about the ongoing issues they face.
After a weekend of digesting a multi-million dollar compensation package, an organization representing Sixties Scoop adoptees says its disappointed Metis survivors were left out of the package.
The national settlement with an estimated 20,000 victims, to be announced Friday by Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett
The ink is nearly dry on a 60s Scoop compensation package, according to a British Columbia chief.
Brittany Hobson APTN National News An estimated 20,000 children were removed from their homes during…