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Métis '60s Scoop survivors seek healing

Group excluded from previous reconciliation efforts

PHOTOS BY PHIL HOSSACK / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>Duane Morrisseau-Beck, senior adviser for the Métis National Council, is among the leaders of a plan for ‘nation-to-nation’ reconciliation between ’60s Scoop survivors and the federal government.</p></p>

PHOTOS BY PHIL HOSSACK / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Duane Morrisseau-Beck, senior adviser for the Métis National Council, is among the leaders of a plan for ‘nation-to-nation’ reconciliation between ’60s Scoop survivors and the federal government.

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