It’s been two years since Chantel Moore was fatally shot by police in New Brunswick during a wellness check.
Her family and advocates are still looking for justice, and say more needs to be done.
“Where do we go when the people who are supposed to be helping us are the ones who are murdering us?” said Ocean Man First Nation Chief Connie Big Eagle, chair of the Assembly of First Nations Women’s Council, on Monday during a news conference in Vancouver.
“We need to find solutions and we need to be included in those solutions.”
Connie Big Eagle, chief of Ocean Man First Nation in
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