BC First Nations Justice Council Stands in Solidarity with Sheila Poorman and Supports Full Investigation into the Death and Disappearance of Daughter, Chelsea Poorman
“It’s alarming to see that in 2022, the Vancouver Police Department rushed to judgement,” said White. “We need to be as loud as possible to show them that we won’t accept these kinds of failures.”
BC FIRST NATIONS JUSTICE COUNCIL ANGERED BY ‘NON-SUSPICIOUS’ DESIGNATION IN THE DEATH OF CHELSEA POORMAN
First Nations women’s justice plan in development with bigger picture
social issues and justice reform recommendations considered.
Remembering Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls
For the past 30 years, on February 14th, marches, rallies and vigils have taken place across Canada to remember the more than 1,000 missing or murdered Indigenous women and girls (MMIWG) and this year will be no different. “The very first February 14 vigil happened in 1991, when an Indigenous woman from Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside […]