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Heather-Anne Manly

Heather-Anne Manly is a member of the Haisla Nation and served for 25 years with the OPP. She works with an aboriginal law firm in Vancouver and is preparing for her call to the bar.

Opinion | BY HEATHER-ANNE MANLY | August 17, 2020
If Chief Allan Adam, left, was the white mayor of a small town, would he have been brutally assaulted by police? If Chantal Moore and Rodney Levi were not Indigenous, would they have been shot dead by police? I firmly believe that the answer to both questions is no, writes Heather-Anne Manly. Photographs courtesy Facebook and handout
Opinion | BY HEATHER-ANNE MANLY | August 17, 2020
Opinion | BY HEATHER-ANNE MANLY | August 17, 2020
If Chief Allan Adam, left, was the white mayor of a small town, would he have been brutally assaulted by police? If Chantal Moore and Rodney Levi were not Indigenous, would they have been shot dead by police? I firmly believe that the answer to both questions is no, writes Heather-Anne Manly. Photographs courtesy Facebook and handout