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'Deep grief, and outrage': Family of Colten Boushie shares frustration at justice system in new film
The shooting death of Colten Boushie in Saskatchewan in 2016 was national news. Now, a new documentary lingers on the perspective of his family, and puts their story in the context of how the Canadian legal system has treated Indigenous people.
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