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Sixties Scoop- Impacts family connection

Facilitating Reconciliation one step at a time

  • 1 h
  • 600 Canadian dollars
  • Si Lu Drive

Service Description

Moon Tide Reconciliation is offering a presentation online with the Sixties Scoop, a period of time in Canada during the 1960s through the 1980s during which Indigenous children were removed from their families and communities and placed into non-Indigenous foster and adoptive homes. This practice, which was intended to assimilate Indigenous children into mainstream Canadian society, had devastating and far-reaching impacts on Indigenous families and communities. The presentation will provide information about the history and impacts of the Sixties Scoop, as well as resources and support for those affected by this policy. Don't miss this important and educational event.

Contact Details

  • Moon Tide Reconciliation Inc., 3971 Si Lu Drive, Vancouver, BC, Canada


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