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The Killing of Colten Boushie and the Gerald Stanley Verdict

On February 9th 2018, Gerald Stanley was found not guilty by a jury in the shooting death of Colten Boushie, a young Cree man, on Stanley’s farm in rural Saskatchewan. Since the verdict was announced, it has been big in the news and people have questions. Here are some resources we found to help you talk about the legal and social issues around the case with students and others.

Discussion guide from Idle No More 

Former OJEN keynote speaker Dr. Angela Nardozi’s Listen and Learn 

CBC on what may have influenced the jury 

Globe and Mail on Jury Selection

A Primer on the aftermath of the decision with excellent links

Overview, context and links from Now Magazine

Boushie family list problems with the Stanley case

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