FSIN says it knows how to get to the bottom of racial tensions in Saskatchewan

Tamara Pimentel
APTN National News
In early August, Colten Boushie, 22, was shot and killed on a farm in Biggar, Saskatchewan.

Farmer Gerald Stanley is charged with second degree murder.

The shooting unleashed a torrent of racist comments on social media and brought up an ongoing problem in the province.

Now, one group says it knows what to do about the root of the problem.

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1 thought on “FSIN says it knows how to get to the bottom of racial tensions in Saskatchewan

  1. Sure, tis easy, stop the angry hate towards the white eye. Learn to love your fellow neighbour. The beating of the war drums, the idiotic chanting , the war bonnets, will not bring piece. Only money, which is maybe OK, but worth price ? Choices choices

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