The mother of Colten Boushie says she and her family will never stop working to affect change after the Gerald Stanley 2nd Degree Murder trial and the verdict of not guilty.
Debbie Baptiste and other family members visited with the Prime Minister on Tuesday and separately with other Ministers including Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale of Regina. Her sentiments were echoed by Colten's cousin Jade Tootoosis, who hopes the conversations her family had with the federal government are catalysts for change for the judicial system. Tootoosis these actions and the rally around #justiceforColten aren't just about Colten but for anyone who has been through the judicial system and believes they didn't receive justice because of systemic racism. Minister Goodale says the common interest for all of us is safe communities and we need to work together to achieve that. He added that he agrees with Premier Scott Moe that there is no room for racism in Saskatchewan or anywhere else. (CKRM)