Elusive Justice: Beyond the Marshall Inquiry, paper ed

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Elusive Justice: Beyond the Marshall Inquiry is a collection of five essays written by legal scholars, a sociologist, and Mi'kmaq Grand Chief. Their work discusses the impact of the Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall Jr. Prosecution (1987-1990). The tragic miscarriage of justice in Nova Scotia resulted in the wrongful conviction and the eleven-year imprisonment of Donald Marshall. The subsequent acquittal of Marshall by the Nova Scotia Supreme Court led to the Inquiry.

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Buried in the Silence UNAVAILABLE

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Buried in the Silence is the account of the 1991 murder of Leo LaChance, a Cree man from the Big River Reserve, who was shot by a White supremacist in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Newspaper journalist Connie Sampson covered the LaChance case from the beginning to the 1993 inquiry into the killing of Leo LaChance. The book begins with an account of the shooting that occurred in a Prince Albert gun shop owned by the White supremacist Carney Nerland.

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Just Another Indian: A Serial Killer and Canada's Indifference, paper ed

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Just Another Indian: A Serial Killer and Canada's Indifference is a chilling account of the prosecution, conviction, and media treatment of a notorious serial killer who preyed on First Nations women in Saskatchewan. Saskatoon newspaper journalist, Warren Goulding, paints a troubling view of a racist criminal justice system that allowed the likes of John Martin Crawford to brutally murder Eva Taysup, Shelley Napope, Mary Jane Serloin, and Calinda Waterhen. Convicted in 1996, Crawford is currently serving concurrent life sentences.

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No Place For Violence: Canadian Aboriginal Alternatives UNAVAILABLE

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No Place For Violence: Canadian Aboriginal Alternatives is a collection of five essays and reports that discusses the issue of violence in Aboriginal communities. The editors present an introductory essay that examines violence against women and children in Native communities and the connection of violence to colonialism. They review various community responses to violence as well current community needs for preventative programs. The second essay reports on a study conducted in seven Native communities in northern Manitoba.

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One Dead Indian: The Premier, The Police, and The Ipperwash Crisis, hardcover ed UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher. One Dead Indian, a newly released book, examines the tragic death of Dudley George on September 6th 1995 at the hands of a heavily armed OPP officer. Toronto Star investigative reporter Peter Edwards details the events that led to the tragedy at Ipperwash located along Lake Huron in southwestern Ontario. The book reveals what led up to the shooting of Dudley George, the role of the Ontario government premier Mike Harris, and the actions of the Ontario Provincial Police.

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One Dead Indian: The Premier, The Police, and The Ipperwash Crisis, paper edition

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One Dead Indian: The Premier, The Police, and The Ipperwash Crisis examines the tragic death of Dudley George on September 6th 1995 at the hands of a heavily armed OPP officer. Toronto Star investigative reporter Peter Edwards details the events that led to the tragedy at Ipperwash located along Lake Huron in southwestern Ontario. The book reveals what led up to the shooting of Dudley George, the role of the Ontario government premier Mike Harris, and the actions of the Ontario Provincial Police.

Price: $22.99

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