Program

Talk

Fireside with Lyndon

The Sixties Scoop

The Sixties Scoop was a Canadian government practice where Indigenous children were removed from their families and communities for placement in non-Indigenous homes.


Remai Modern's Indigenous Relations Advisor Lyndon J. Linklater will discuss the history of the Sixties Scoop and its long-term impact with an expert panel of guests. Guests for this Fireside chat include reporter Betty Ann Adam, activist and educator Lynn Thompson and elite basketball player and community leader Michael Linklater.

About the talk

Join Lyndon J. Linklater, Remai Modern’s Indigenous Relations Advisor, for Fireside with Lyndon in the museum atrium. On select Tuesday evenings at 7 PM, Linklater will host a varied program of guests, performances, activities and stories in the warmth and comfort of our atrium lounge and replace.

MUSEUM HOURS

TUESDAYS
10 AM10 PM
WEDNESDAYS
10 AM5 PM
THURSDAYS
10 AM–5 PM
FRIDAYS
10 AM–10 PM
SATURDAYS
10 AM–5 PM
SUNDAYS
10 AM–5 PM

HOLIDAYS
10 AM-5 PM


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Saskatoon SK S7K 0L3