Heiltsuk man, granddaughter handcuffed outside Vancouver bank settle with police

Heiltsuk man, granddaughter handcuffed outside vancouver bank settle with police

CBC News published this video item, entitled “Heiltsuk man, granddaughter handcuffed outside Vancouver bank settle with police” – below is their description.

Maxwell Johnson, from the Heiltsuk Nation, signed what he said was a “momentous” settlement agreement alongside his granddaughter, Tori-Anne, on Wednesday. The Vancouver Police Board formally admitted officers discriminated against Johnson and his granddaughter in 2019 based on their Indigenous identities when they were handcuffed outside a bank.

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