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Aboriginal Law - ABORIGINAL STATUS AND RIGHTS - Loss of status - Through adoption - Duties of Crown - Fair dealing and reconciliation - Consultation and accommodation - Government benefits, services and programs

Thursday, March 09, 2017 @ 7:00 PM  

Motion by Brown for summary judgment on the issue of Canada’s liability for harm resulting from the Sixties Scoop, a government policy by way of which thousands of aboriginal children living on reserves in Ontario were apprehended and removed from their families and placed in non-aboriginal foster homes or adopted by non-aboriginal parents, between 1965 and 1984. The policy came about when Canada entered into the Canada-Ontario Welfare Services Agreement in 1965, which extended 18 provincial welfare programs to on-reserve Indians in Ontario. There was no...