Cowichan Tsou'halim wants to

End Police Brutality and Racism toward Aboriginal Canada

Its important to address police brutality and over-charges against Aboriginal Peoples of Canada!

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  • Cowichan Tsou'halim
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    I campaign for freedom, equal rights and a peaceful resolution. Exercising internal and external…Read More

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Cowichan Tsou'halim
Cowichan Tsou'halim Campaign leader

When they protect their own for murder,

Boushie family seeking UN investigation into 'systemic bias in the Canadian justice system'

Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Jade Tootoosis Liam Richards / Saskatoon StarPhoenix The family of Colten Boushie is seeking a resolution that would call on a United Nations human rights investigator to independently examine the Canadian justice system. Boushie, a Cree man from Red Pheasant First Nation, was 22 years old on Aug. 9, 2016 when he was fatally shot…Read More
Cowichan Tsou'halim
Cowichan Tsou'halim Campaign leader

Still no justice....

In Canada, Indigenous women are five times more likely to die a violent death

Women in the World
The day I found out that my sister Bella had been found dead on the terrace of a high-rise condo near Toronto’s waterfront, without an explanation of why or how she fell, was the day I understood what it feels like to grieve so deeply and so immensely that nothing else matters. It felt like there was no end to the screaming sadness. When asked…Read More
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