Ile-a-la-Crosse residential school survivors looking to stay proceedings in old class action to support newer class action

The plaintiffs in the Gardiner class action lawsuit, on behalf of the Survivors of the Ile-a-la-Crosse Residential School will be in court this morning (Wed). They are seeking a stay of proceedings in the case brought by Merchant Law Group that has been inactive for nearly two decades…

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2 men sue, seek class action approval for alleged abuses at former northern Manitoba day school

Two men who say they faced physical and sexual abuse at a former day school on a northern Manitoba First Nation over five decades ago are suing the federal and provincial governments alongside the school division that operated the institution. The men are now 63 and 59 years old, respectively, and request that their lawsuit…

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Saskatchewan refuses to negotiate a deal over Ile-a-la Crosse residential school settlement say feds

The federal government says it’s willing to sit and negotiate a settlement with survivors of the Ile-a-la-Crosse residential school but it needs the province of Saskatchewan at the table to make a deal happen. “The Government of Canada is willing to step up to the plate and settle its portion of the liability with survivors […]

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