A survey exploring health, wellness, and resilience among Indigenous peoples within the context of the Indian residential school system & child welfare system.
The 60s Scoop legacy of Canada is inviting ANY First Nations, Métis, and Inuit adults over the age of 18 living in Manitoba to participate in a survey.
You do not have to be affected by residential schools or the child welfare system to take part.
- The survey will ask about your physical and mental health and well-being, cultural identity, and your experiences growing up – including potentially negative or traumatic experiences.
- The survey will take between 20 and 75 minutes to complete, after which we will send you a $20 gift card to Walmart, Superstore, or Tim Hortons.
- If you would like more information and/or to fill out the survey or complete it by telephone,
please email: [email protected] or call 902-494-1274
- If you phone us, you will likely have to leave a message. Please indicate that you’re interested in participating in the study about Indigenous peoples and the child welfare system. If you provide your name and a contact number, we’ll get back to you very quickly.
This study has been approved by the First Nations Health and Social Secretariat of Manitoba, the Dalhousie University Research Ethics Committee, and the Royal Ottawa Research Ethics Board.