He said the federal government has earmarked 0 million for payouts “To all the women, I stand humbly before you today and solemnly offer our sincere apology,” an emotional Paulson told a news conference in Ottawa.
“You came to the RCMP wanting to personally contribute to your community and we failed you. For that, I am truly sorry.” Paulson said the settlements would provide financial compensation for the women and pave the way to end potential class-action lawsuits brought forward by former RCMP members Janet Merlo and Linda Gillis Davidson.
That nomination, as approved by the board, includes the interior and exterior.The landmark's hours of operation are Tuesday-Saturday from 9am-5pm, and Sunday from 1pm-5pm.The site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is a designated National Historic and State Archeological Landmark.In 1936, the City of Lubbock dredged the meander in an effort to make it a usable water supply.These efforts were unsuccessful, but brought to light the archeological significance of the site.
OVG’s Lance Lopes quietly attended the meeting on Wednesday and observed the lengthy discussion.