Racial tensions flare in Sasketchewan after shooting of Indigenous man

After an afternoon spent swimming in a Saskatchewan river, five friends piled into the car for the 50-minute ride home.

As they headed to the Red Pheasant First Nation, a tyre blew out. They pulled into a nearby farm, hoping to find someone who could help them.

Their account of what happened next has ignited racial tensions in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan and laid bare the divide that exists between some communities.

Share