The Co-Chair of the 60’s Scoop Indigenous Society of Saskatchewan will be taking the message of survivors to Saskatoon City Police headquarters. Robert Doucette will be speaking at a workshop tomorrow (Tues) being hosted by the police service. It’s part of the “Diversity Lunch N’ Learns” series that has been running monthly since September. Doucette appreciates the opportunity to share the experiences of survivors with another audience. He says the people of Saskatchewan and its politicians have been receptive and empathetic. Doucette believes listening to and understanding the effects of events like the 60’s scoop will promote understanding and help build a better community. He points out sharing circles for survivors around Saskatchewan have helped the healing process for those who were taken from their homes and placed with non-First Nations parents. The session starts at 11 a.m.