Former Métis Leader in Saskatchewan Fights for 60’s Scoop Métis Impact

The BC Métis Federation is sharing the efforts of former Métis Nation of Saskatchewan President Robert Doucette to address the personal impacts of the 60s scoop on himself and his family.

Robert made significant efforts to address the issue with the Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC) in November 2017. Reviewing the documents below, readers will see his concerns about how current Métis organizations are trying to address this serious issue.

This is a very significant matter and we urge Métis people to read the documents and understand the importance of who is providing you Métis representation and the lack of justice for Métis.

Sadly the CHRC has proven itself ineffective yet again.

 

PM Letter to Doucette re CHRC, Nov 8, 2017 CHRC Human Rights Complaint, Nov 9, 2017 Robert Doucette Registry file, MN-S Representation, Dec 11, 2017 CHRC Refusal to Accept Complaint, Feb 13, 2018 Trudeau Letter re Chartrand & MNC, Feb 23, 2018

 

 

One Response to Former Métis Leader in Saskatchewan Fights for 60’s Scoop Métis Impact

  1. Sharon Eyford February 28, 2018 at 11:37 am #

    You have given us a lot of information for us to digest. Thanks you BCMF for helping keep us

    abreast of current happenings. How long can these atrocities keep on happening and no one

    seems to care !! We all care, but we are small functions in a huge wheel of politics and I am

    afraid that nothing is being done that should be DONE and I say shame of those who could

    give a bigger interest and but do nothing !!!! I say SHAME on those who sit behind our judicial

    systems and politicians who really don’t care.!!!! I feel for Mr. Doucette and the Parents of

    baby,SS. That little girl has had her life turned into shambles, and the Parents are still being

    left in the dark, not knowing how SS will even recognize them –if or when she is brought back

    to BC and her families.

    Metis Elder

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