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2 officers who arrested Heiltsuk man, granddaughter might not attend apology ceremony, nation says

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The Heiltsuk First Nation will be hosting the Vancouver Police Board whose members will formally apologize to Johnson and his family on their territory. A statement issued Sunday by the nation says the names of the two constables are not on a passenger list of the delegation travelling to Bella Bella. Cultural protocol does not allow for others to stand in as representatives for the officers.
Published 3 months ago · Vancouver, Canada

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