Decision Reached in Sixties Scoop Lawsuit

sixties scoop Lawsuit

TORONTO – The Sixties Scoop has been before the courts for years. Today, the court in Ontario has brought down a ruling that places families in the class action on a path toward possible compensation.

“When Canada entered into the 1965 Agreement and over the years of the class period, Canada had a common law duty of care to take reasonable steps to prevent on-reserve Indian children in Ontario, who had been placed in the care of non-aboriginal foster or adoptive parents, from losing their aboriginal identity. Canada breached this common law duty of care,” stated Justice Edward Belobaba in the court ruling issued on February 14th.

Court Ruling

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