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First Nations police chiefs in Alberta say no to a provincial police force
April 18, 2022
Police chiefs Keith Blake and Dale Cox both say the First Nations they serve are...
Odelia Quewezance granted day parole after spending 30 years in prison
April 14, 2022
Parole Board of Canada denies full parole for Saulteaux woman.
Mounties spent $950K on winter operations for Coastal GasLink
April 12, 2022
RCMP group planned to raid activist camp even though pipeline workers had gone home for the holidays, internal documents show.
Prosecution service in B.C. reviewing case of Lake Babine Nation man’s death in custody
April 8, 2022
The B.C. Prosecution Service (BCPS) says it’s reviewing a report from the province’s police watchdog...
Patty Hajdu says anti-Indigenous racism must be addressed in Thunder Bay – and her own department
April 5, 2022
Indigenous Services Minister was first elected as an MP in 2015
Hate crimes against Indigenous people spiked 152 per cent in 2020: report
March 18, 2022
Reported anti-Indigenous incidents more than doubled between 2019 and 2020, agency says
Thunder Bay police board chair apologizes to families, says board not currently focus of ongoing investigations
March 16, 2022
Nearly all of the dozens of deaths that need to be re-investigated involve Indigenous peoples.
Two Indigenous men say they were ‘racially profiled’ in Manitoba within two weeks
March 15, 2022
A trip to pick up furniture from The Brick did not go as planned for...
Emergencies Act committee can’t ignore Indigenous concerns about precedent, police bias say parliamentarians
March 3, 2022
‘Let’s make sure we have an Indigenous lens or somebody that understands where we’re coming from,’ says Sen. Michèle Audette