Topic: colten boushie shooting
Gerald Stanley not in court as charges of improperly storing guns adjourned until mid-April
Charges against Gerald Stanley of improper storage of seven guns on the Biggar, Sask.-area property where Colten Boushie was fatally shot have been adjourned until April 16.
'Ask me anything Indigenous,' Winnipeg teacher urges students after Cormier, Stanley verdicts
With not-guilty verdicts in two high-profile murder cases raising uncomfortable questions about how Indigenous people are treated by Canadian society, one Winnipeg high school teacher is tackling stereotypes and misinformation directly, telling students to "Ask me anything Indigenous."
Human rights lawyers group calls for appeal of verdict in Colten Boushie shooting case
Lawyers' Rights Watch Canada is also calling for an independent commission to examine everything from the RCMP's treatment of Colten Boushie's family to the way Gerald Stanley's two-week trial unfolded.
Gerald Stanley murder trial was 'not the right case' for cameras in the courtroom: judge
Media outlets including CBC News made a rare request to broadcast and live stream portions of a murder trial, but the judge in the Gerald Stanley case denied the request.
How some Sask. classrooms are navigating the Gerald Stanley verdict
The death of Colten Boushie and the trial and acquittal of Gerald Stanley have been top of mind for many in Saskatchewan, including the province's youngest and most impressionable.
Gerald Stanley due back in court on charges he improperly stored guns
The legal troubles of Gerald Stanley, the Saskatchewan farmer acquitted in the shooting death of Colten Boushie, are slated to continue in provincial court next month.
Judge's verdict instructions to Gerald Stanley jury, explained in 1 minute
The seven women and five men who found Gerald Stanley not guilty of second-degree murder or manslaughter in the death of Colten Boushie had to consider three key questions before reaching that verdict. Watch our explainer video.
Sask. religious leaders vow to 'work for peace and reconciliation' in statement on Gerald Stanley verdict
Colten Boushie's death and the verdict in the Gerald Stanley trial "have resurfaced profound pain to families and communities," says a statement from Saskatchewan's bishops and archbishops.
Rival fundraisers reveal a country divided online post-Gerald Stanley verdict
The online response to the acquittal of Gerald Stanley in the death of Colten Boushie has taken on a life of its own with people hurling hate and throwing a substantial amount of money at two rival GoFundMe fundraising campaigns.
RCMP investigating whether Mountie wrote on Facebook that Boushie 'got what he deserved'
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says an investigation is underway into a report that an RCMP officer wrote on Facebook that Colten Boushie, a young Cree man who was shot and killed on a Saskatchewan farm in 2016, "got what he deserved."
'He took my heart': Colten Boushie's father remembers kind, goofy son
Pete Boushie still remembers how beautiful the baby's mother, Debbie Baptiste, was and how excited he was for the arrival of their third son. And he remembers the smile on the boy's face after he was born. They named him Colten Cale Boushie but he quickly became Co Co.
It's time to let Canadian jurors speak freely about their verdicts, experts say
In Canada, jurors are prohibited by law from making any public comment about their deliberations or reasons for a verdict. But is it time to change the law and allow jurors to speak?
Colten Boushie's family appeals RCMP's internal investigation
Colten Boushie's family is appealing the decisions of an RCMP internal investigation into how police dealt with the family following the 22-year-old's death.
Was it wrong for Trudeau and Wilson-Raybould to tweet about the Boushie verdict? Two experts debate
Many criticized these statements as inappropriate, while others applauded the pair for pointing out an injustice. CBC Opinion asked two lawyers to weigh in on the debate.
Gerald Stanley acquittal outrage result of 'centuries of oppression,' says prominent civil rights lawyer
The outrage felt and expressed across the country following the verdict in the Gerald Stanley trial comes from years of injustice that have deeply eroded confidence of Indigenous peoples in Canada's justice system, says a Toronto-based lawyer.