Indian Day School Settlement Process Hits Snag

By Donna Duric Senior Writer A court challenge issued on Oct. 31 by an Indian Day School survivor’s lawyer has halted the settlement and compensation process. The implementation date (when eligible claimants would start to receive compensation) was tentatively scheduled for Dec. 19, but the challenge issued by David Schulze (partner at Dionne Schulze S.E.N.C.) on behalf of a class suit survivor, has halted the process and the law firm handling the case, Gowling WLG, says it is uncertain when the process will resume. “If not resolved in the next few weeks, this court challenge could delay the opening of the claims process for an unknown period of time,” Gowling WLG stated on its Web site. “Until this matter is addressed, class members will not be able to apply for…

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