McLean Day Schools Settlement Corporation (MDSSC)


The McLean Day Schools Settlement Corporation (MDSSC) will support Federal Indian Day School Survivors and their families through the $200M MDSSC Legacy Fund which will help fund projects that support language & culture, healing & wellness, commemoration, and truth telling. The MDSSC Legacy Fund Outreach Process is a way for Survivors and their families to give us input directly to help guide the implementation of the Legacy Fund and ensure it is responsive to their needs.

MDSSC is engaging in its outreach process with Survivors and their families to solicit their input directly to help the MDSSC Board of Directors guide the implementation of the MDSSC Legacy Fund, and ensure it is responsive to Survivors and their families’ needs.

If you are a Federal Indian Day School Survivor, you may register for, and attend, a virtual National Outreach Session. These facilitated virtual sessions will involve guided questions intended to secure input on a variety of important issues, including how the MDSSC Legacy Fund should be administered and implemented. Each session will respect cultural and health protocols, and include Elders, mental health supports, and after-care.

MDSSC will conduct National Outreach Sessions, which will be bilingual with full interpretation available in both French and English. Please note that, due to difficulties with COVID-19 and differing protocols, we are no longer holding Regional Outreach Sessions at this time. If you were going to participate in a Regional Outreach Session, we would kindly ask you to register for one of our National Sessions instead.n,jxnverour t

Please choose the National Outreach Session that best suits your schedule.

February 2, 2022
February 9, 2022 or:
February 14, 2022

Please register at the following link,

Also, please note that if you are a Federal Indian Day School Survivor (or related to one) and are unable to attend a National virtual session (or if you would also like to submit written input), we encourage you to provide your input through our guided form, which may be submitted on our website: ( via email (

Your well-being is important to us. If you require immediate support, please contact Hope for Wellness Help Line at 1-855-242-3310 to access toll-free, 24/7 counselling and crisis intervention. These culturally-competent services are available in Cree, Inuktitut, Ojibway, French and English.


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