It’s a proposed $800-million dollar settlement for Indigenous children who were ripped from their homes and families during the 60s Scoop.
But the Metis and non-status were left out of the agreement and many survivors are not happy with the proposed settlement.
The former president of the Metis Nation of Saskatchewan is now taking matters into his own hands. Robert Doucette is suing the federal and Saskatchewan governments over the 60s Scoop.
Doucette, his daughter Kyra Wilson and Duane Morrisseau-Beck of the National Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare Network share their experiences and concerns of the proposed compensation package as we put the Metis 60s Scoop InFocus.