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“Aboriginal People and the Criminal Justice Systems in Saskatchewan: What Next?”

Chartrand, Paul L.A.H
June 4, 2015

Source: (2005) Saskatchewan Law Review. 68:253

The University of Saskatchewan, College of Law and the Indigenous Peoples and
Justice Programs agreed to the organization of a conference entitled “Aboriginal
People & the Criminal Justice System in Saskatchewan: What Next?.” The
Conference was held January 26 through 28, 2005, at the Delta Bessborough Hotel
in Saskatoon. This article is a summary of both the Conference and the
background and work of the commissions. It attempts to identify the main points
made by Conference participants, who have had the opportunity to review the
article. In some cases, the participants offered their own notes by way of
summary; these have generally been adopted and altered as little as possible. (excerpt)


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