Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall planning ’60s Scoop apology next week

60s Scoop survivor cries at the Manitoba Legislature on June 18, 2015. – Image courtesy of CTV News

The Canadian Press, August 11, 2017 

SASKATOON — Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says a long-awaited apology to victims of the ’60s Scoop could come before he ends his decade-long career in office.

Wall announced two years ago that an apology would be coming for decades-old policies of removing Indigenous children from their homes and placing them with non-Indigenous families — a practice that stripped the children of their language, culture and traditions.

He said at the time that the province did not intend to offer cash to the victims.

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