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Meet the New Siksika Nation Police Commission!

June 26, 2024 Today, we proudly introduce the new Siksika Nation Police Commissioners: Ohkinniinaa & Ninaaks Lou Ann Solway, Samuel Crowfoot, Reuben “Buck” Breaker, Marsha Wolf Collar, and Ike Solway. In a swearing-in ceremony, these dedicated individuals were inducted to uphold the principles of law enforcement, ensure public safety, and foster positive community relations for […]

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Blue Jean Jacket Day aims to shed light on murdered and missing Indigenous men and boys – CBC

June 7, 2024 Indigenous men 4 times more likely to be killed than Indigenous women, data shows Mary Jane Mitchell was among more than two dozen people who gathered on Okîsikow (Angel) Way Thursday evening to honour the lives of Indigenous men and boys. For Mitchell, she still carries the pain after her son Richard […]

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Judicial review requested in case of EPS officer who kicked Pacey Dumas – Edmonton Examiner

Jun 05, 2024 “They (the Crown) have gone out of their way to ensure that this family never sees justice,” lawyer Heather Steinke-Attia said Alberta’s superior court is being asked to review the decision not to prosecute an Edmonton police officer who kicked an Indigenous teenager in the head. Lawyer Heather Steinke-Attia filed a judicial […]

by ahnationtalk on June 5, 202428 Views

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Esquao Press Release

June 3, 2024 Edmonton, AB – President of Esquao, the Institute for the Advancement of Aboriginal Women, Josie Nepinak, has issued a statement on the death of Canadian serial killer Robert Pickton. “Esquao, the Institute for the Advancement of Aboriginal Women, remains steadfast in our commitment to supporting the families of Missing and Murdered Indigenous […]

by ahnationtalk on June 4, 202418 Views

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Parole Board of Canada Petition

May 27, 2024 In the wake of a deeply troubling decision by the Parole Board of Canada, the Otipemisiwak Métis Government, alongside concerned citizens and residents of Canada, are taking a stand to prioritize justice for Indigenous victims. That is why we are launching a petition addressed to the Minister of Public Safety, Democratic Institutions, […]

by ahnationtalk on May 27, 202425 Views

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Missing Man from Kikino Metis Settlement, Alberta – Jeremy Collins, 34 – MissingPeople.Ca

A mom from the Kikino Métis Settlement is hoping a public plea through local media can help to locate her son and the vehicle he was last seen with. Laura Cardinal says her son Jeremy Collins was last seen on April 11. She says the 34-year-old father of two had been driving her mom’s 2006 […]

by ahnationtalk on May 27, 202428 Views

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Loved ones of Edmonton-area Pickton victim hope pig farm evidence can be saved – MSN

As convicted serial killer Robert Pickton clings to life in Quebec after being stabbed by a fellow inmate, family members of one of his Edmonton area victims wait for justice — and for answers. “I want to feel like it’s completely closed, and I have a feeling … the whole truth is not out yet,” […]

by ahnationtalk on May 27, 202430 Views

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ASIRT concludes investigations on three files

May 16, 2024 On March 6, 2020, pursuant to Sec. 46.1 of the Police Act, ASIRT was directed to investigate a serious-injury, single-vehicle collision following RCMP contact near Chipman. The assistant executive director’s full report can be accessed online. On May 6, 2020, ASIRT was directed to investigate a fatal RCMP officer-involved shooting near Leduc. […]

by ahnationtalk on May 16, 202433 Views

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Evolving justice system gets strategic and widespread Alberta support, minister says – CTV News

May 15, 2024 A changing and diverse justice system – beyond the courtroom – has earned government support across much of the province, Alberta Justice Minister Mickey Amery said in an interview last week. “I want our justice system to encompass more than just prisons and prosecutions,” said Amery. “So I wanted to be able […]

by ahnationtalk on May 15, 202426 Views

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Statement from the Otipemisiwak Métis Government of the Métis Nation within Alberta – STATEMENT ON BILODEAU APPEAL

May 07, 2024 Our government acknowledges the dismissal of appeals filed by lawyers for Roger Bilodeau and Anthony Bilodeau with a mix of emotions. While we find solace that the sentences for either men will not be reduced, our hearts remain heavy for the families and communities affected. As Roger and Anthony Bilodeau contemplate their […]

by ahnationtalk on May 8, 202426 Views

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