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The Other Side of “Irish Eyes”

Brian Mulroney abroad and at home

The Ramble

Memories from the PMO

Vintage Years

Two political memoirs

Harold R. Johnson

Harold R. Johnson was of the Woodland Cree peoples of northern Saskatchewan and a retired Crown prosecutor.

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Harold R. Johnson

Racism in the Court

The real consequences of fake justice April 2019
Alikomiak did confess to murder. In December 1921, he and another man were apprehended for killing Pugana, his uncle. The arresting officer, Corporal William Doak, took him to Tree River, then in the northeast Northwest Territories but today part of Nunavut, where he was initially held in an RCMP storage shed. Months went by, and Doak grew increasingly abusive toward the…