BCFNJC Statement on Doug White Appointment as Special Counsel on Indigenous Reconciliation
The BC First Nations Justice Council congratulates Kwulasultun, Doug White on his appointment as Special Counsel to the Premier on Indigenous Reconciliation where he will expedite Indigenous issues held up between multiple government ministries.
No Justice For Julian Jones
The BC First Nations Justice Council (Justice Council) is appalled that, yet again, the Independent Investigations Office (IIO) has found no fault for a police officer who killed an Indigenous person.
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.
OVER-REPRESENTATION OF INDIGENOUS WOMEN IN FEDERAL PRISON
Recent study shows, for the first time, half the female population incarcerated in Federal Prisons are Indigenous.
BCFNJC and FNLC applaud Final Report of the Special Committee on Reforming the Police Act
Now is time to push forward public safety and policing through self-determination