This Opinion piece is by André Bear, a recent law student graduate, former youth representative of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations and co-chair of the Assembly of First Nations National Youth Council.
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The tragedy in the James Smith Cree Nation has opened our eyes to the utter lack of safety provided to First Nations people on-reserve.
A man with a knife was able to murder 10 people and severely harm 18, including innocent children, before fleeing the police for three days.
This doesn’t make any sense. How could this ever be possible with the
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