National News


Reason to fear CBSA ‘retaliation’: Chair

An Akwesasne woman had reason to fear “retaliation” from the Canada Border Services Agency in response to her human rights complaint alleging border agents targeted her because she is Mohawk, according the chair of the Human Rights Tribunal hearing the case.


RCMP probe vote buying on NB reserve

New Brunswick RCMP have launched a criminal investigation into allegations of vote buying on the Burnt Church reserve, according to RCMP Const. Chantal Farrah.


Widow offered bullet casings

The widow of a Mi’kmaq man gunned down in his home by an RCMP constable says police offered to let her keep three shell casings from the gun that killed her husband.