Survey finds support for native justice system

Calgary Herald, April 12, 2010

A study of city-dwelling native people in Canada has found more than half support the idea of creating a separate justice system. In Calgary, that trend also holds true, with some 54 per cent of those surveyed saying they are in favour of a different system for natives. The survey was conducted by Environics and covered a vast swath of issues, including education, work and justice. Read more »