Saskatchewan's apology for Sixties Scoop leaves survivors with mixed feelings

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Starting in the 1950s, about 20,000 Indigenous children across Canada were seized from their birth families and relocated to non-Indigenous homes, where many were stripped of their language, culture and any ties to their surviving families. For some, the apology was long overdue and welcomed. For others, the words rang hollow.

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