No one else will be removed from the Justice Camp at the Legislative Grounds until court action’s settled.
That’s directly from the chief of the Regina Police Service, Evan Bray.
As it stands now, there’s two orders before the courts.
- Justice For Our Stolen Children Camp remains on Legislature grounds
- Justice For Our Stolen Children camp protesters asking for reform
“One launched on behalf of the protest group, one on behalf of the province. Both seeking Queen’s Bench judge to adjudicate on what the rights are and what the rights aren’t,” said Bray. “And we as a police service, obviously, we follow the court.”
The one from the protesters was filed in response to six arrests made by the Regina Police when they worked to disassemble the protest camp back in June. The province responded by filing an application asking to have the camp removed from the Legislature grounds, and if necessary, force Regina Police to move them.
- FSIN continues to support Justice for Our Stolen Children Camp
- Justice For Our Stolen Children pursues legal action over June arrests
Bray said they’re looking for a peaceful resolution to this matter and police will be engaged in the legal process.
“The court process will lay out what is going to be happening going forward and we will comply with that.”