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'60s Scoop class action approved

Manitoba case over removal of indigenous children gets go-ahead

John Woods / The Canadian Press files</p><p>A woman flashes a peace sign in the Manitoba legislature’s observers gallery as then-premier Greg Selinger apologizes for the ’60s Scoop last year.</p>

John Woods / The Canadian Press files

A woman flashes a peace sign in the Manitoba legislature’s observers gallery as then-premier Greg Selinger apologizes for the ’60s Scoop last year.

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