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Indianz.Com > Isadore Day: Justice for Native activist killed by police in 1995: This anniversary presents an opportunity to reflect on the state of our relationship with the province and the justice system. There have been some positive developments since the release of the Final Report but the bottom line is that the most meaningful recommendations remain unaddressed and combined with the fact that the province walked away from the joint implementation process which has caused First Nations to question whether this government is committed to address the important policy recommendations contained in the report.

In order to ensure the essence of the Ipperwash recommendations remains a priority, a Political Accord between the First Nations and the province was signed to affirmed our commitment to working within a government-to-government relationship that would further frame our joint priorities and actions.

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