Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe apologizes to '60s Scoop survivors

The Premier of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, Scott Moe, has issued an apology to the indigenous communities of the province for "the pain and the sadness" experienced during what is known as the "Sixties Scoop, when "about 20,000 Indigenous children were seized from their birth families and relocated to non-Indigenous homes starting in the 1950s until the late 1980s." Moe apologized to survivors at an event where survivors were invited to share their stories "so that the province could better understand what happened."

"Survivor George Scheelhaase said the government is apologizing for something that's still going on. Children in Saskatchewan are still being apprehended in record numbers, he said."