THE CANADIAN PRESS
Another $50M will be invested in a healing foundation.
Carolyn Bennett is expected to announce the deal Friday.
Lawsuit seeks $1.3B on behalf of 16,000 indigenous children in Ontario.
The case has raised cultural issues as the foster mother is Metis, while the adoptive parents in Ontario are not.
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 a...
WINNIPEG - Marlene Orgeron and her brothers were seized from her Manitoba reserve when she was three.Her uncle protested and was told by social workers he would be arrested if he tried to stop them. O...
WINNIPEG - Manitoba's Metis federation says its people are being left out of an apology to come this week for aboriginal children who were taken from their homes and placed with non-aboriginal familie...
Aboriginals who were adopted into white families during the so-called '60s Scoop are suing the federal government for their loss of culture and emotional trauma.Almost 1,200 adoptees have filed a clas...
TORONTO - The federal government needs to admit that thousands of aboriginal children were robbed of their cultural identities instead of continuing to fight an unprecedented lawsuit, the lead plainti...
WINNIPEG - Some aboriginal people who were adopted into white families during the so-called Sixties Scoop say it's their turn for reconciliation and are calling for a formal apology from the federal g...
On April 18th, the Federal Court sent a case back to the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal regarding the underfunding of child welfare services on reserves. To ignore the repeated attempts to annihilate aboriginal cultures and instead place the blame solely on "dysfunctional native families" is to take an utterly ahistorical and abusive view.