It was known as the "Sixties Scoop," and federal aboriginal minister Carolyn Bennett told the House of Commons earlier this month that it was a "dark and painful chapter" in Canada's history, CTV television news reported.
It was a concerted effort by the province of Ontario and the federal government to erase the children's cultural heritage under a so-called child protection service program, according to the Indigenous Foundations of the University of British Columbia.
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