AdvocateTV Player: Judge rules in favour of '60s Scoop survivors
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An Ontario judge has ruled that Ottawa breached its duty of care to thousands of on-reserve children placed with non-native families during the '60s Scoop. Lead plaintiff Marcia Brown Martel says the decision has made Canada a "better country."

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