Victims of 60s scoop respond to Premier's apology

Saskatoon Morning

Premier Scott Moe has apologied for the government's role in the Sixties Scoop. It was government practice between the 1960s and 1980s to take Indigenous children from their families and place them in non-Indigenous homes. Moe says Saskatchewan is deeply sorry that children were taken away and for the pain and sadness they experienced. Lynn Thompson was removed from her family when she was 3 years old. David Fineday was 5 when it happened to him.

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