The standoff between the Shuswap and the RCMP at Gustafsen Lake
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- Gustafsen Lake update
- From Ernie Yacub, 29 August 1995. The tide is turning at
the Sacred Sundance Grounds in Shuswap (Secwepemc)
territory. The siege at Gustafsen Lake, now into its 6th
day, is beginning to crack.
- Interview of Ben Mahony and Wolverine
(William Jones Ignace)
- In Terminal City (Vancouver), 21-27 March
1997. Wolverine has been in jail since September 1995
charged with eighteen other Shuswap members of the
Gustafsen Lake camp. A mistrial may be declared.
- Canada moves to implement
cover-up—Now is the time to demand international
participation in Gustafsen inquiry
- From Settlers In Support of Indigenous Sovereignty
(SISIS), 7 August 1997. High ranking Canadian government
officials and other unindicted co-conspirators involved in
an illegal paramilitary operation against indigenous
Shuswap traditionalists are scrambling to contain an
escalating political crisis.
- Canada scrambles to contain Gustafsen
- By Chris Morabito, The Martlet (University
of Victoria student newspaper), 12 March 1998. The
Canadian government has gone into image control mode in
response to Mayan outrage over the Gustafsen Lake siege,
which occurred on unceded Shuswap territory in 1995.
- Gustafsen Lake: A classic coverup
- By C. Morabito, University of Victoria Graduate
Students' Society Newspaper, December
1998. More than three years after the largest
para-military operation in Canadian history, national and
international support for an independent public inquiry
into all aspects of the Gustafsen Lake standoff continues