Hamilton man acquitted in shooting death of unarmed First Nations man
A mostly white jury acquitted Peter Khill of murder in the death of Jonathan Styres, who had been trying to steal his truck
Crown Won’t Appeal Not Guilty Verdict in Shooting Death of Colten Boushie
Gerald Stanley shot and killed Boushie, a 22-year-old Indigenous man, in 2016.
RCMP watchdog to probe police investigation into Colten Boushie killing
Independent experts say Saskatchewan RCMP mishandled the crime scene following the killing of 22-year-old Indigenous man by farmer Gerald Stanley.
Views My Own
How Reporting on Colten Boushie’s Death Changed Me
As a lone Indigenous journalist covering the story, I saw him as a relative.
An RCMP Officer Allegedly Said Colten Boushie ‘Got What He Deserved’: Report
The comment was made in an RCMP Facebook group.
Why Gerald Stanley’s Defence Doesn’t Make Sense To Gun Experts
Expert says Stanley's theory on how the gun went off has "no air of reality."
I’m Glad That ‘Ministers of the Crown’ are Calling Bullshit on Canada’s Justice System
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his justice minister have been speaking about the Gerald Stanley verdict. But conservatives say they shouldn’t be.
Calls grow for Indigenous justice systems in wake of Boushie case
Legal experts call for justice reform after an all-white jury let farmer Gerald Stanley walk free
Far-Right Giving Money to Gerald Stanley, Man Found Not Guilty of Killing Colten Boushie
The fundraiser has raised over $90,000 so far for the Saskatchewan farmer.
Colten Boushie’s Family Is Headed to Ottawa
At a Saskatoon rally protesting the not-guilty verdict, the 22-year-old’s relatives say they’re going to seek justice for his death.
Fury across Canada after white farmer acquitted of killing Indigenous man
Protests erupt and prime minister weighs in following anger over the acquittal of Gerald Stanley for shooting Colten Boushie in Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan farmer Gerald Stanley acquitted of murdering Indigenous man
"Killer!" shouted relatives of Colten Boushie, 22, who was shot by Stanley in what the jury decided was an accident.