The legacy of Colten Boushie is that Canadian justice means something entirely different for Indigenous peoples

Tuesday, February 5, 2019
Tanya Talaga
The Star

It has been one year since a Battleford, Saskatchewan, all-white jury said farmer Gerald Stanley was free to go after he was found not guilty of intentionally shooting 22-year-old Colten Boushie in the head. Indigenous Issues Columnist Tanya Talaga reflects on what this means for the relationship between Indigenous peoples and Canada's justice system. 

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