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Children of the Sixties Scoop tell their stories - Montreal - CBC News

27.3.16

Children of the Sixties Scoop tell their stories - Montreal - CBC News: For decades, thousands of aboriginal children were taken from their parents, often without their consent or even their knowledge, and grew up never knowing their own culture.

Between the 1960s and 1985, the federal government estimates that just over 11,000 children were removed from their families and adopted out — but the real number is estimated to be much higher.


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