‘Completely inequitable’: Indigenous groups take Ottawa to court on policing

Kashechewan First Nation.
Kent Elson, lawyer for the Mushkegowuk Council, said six officers share this home on Kashechewan First Nation. He said officers spray painted the hearts to cover offensive obscenities.

A number of Indigenous communities are mounting legal challenges against the federal government. They argue the quality of policing services provided to their communities falls below standard and lack of support restricts officers from doing their jobs properly, CBC News has learned.


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