The Caledonia Victims Project is a new advocacy and public policy centre dedicated to documenting the human and economic costs of racial policing and aboriginal extremism to ensure victims – aboriginal and non-aboriginal – are heard.
For more information please see ‘About – The Project’
PHOTO: Caledonia builder Sam Gualtieri – attacked in a home he was building for his daughter during an illegal occupation by native protesters who beat him almost to death with a piece of oak stair rail, Sept 13/07. He can no longer work due to brain damage suffered as a result of the attack.
‘NEW DIRECTIONS IN ABORIGINAL POLICY’ Forum,’ MAY 05, 2010
Mark Vandermaas (VoiceofCanada editor and founder of Caledonia Victims Project) and Gary McHale (Canadian Advocates for Charter Equality) and have been invited to speak at a ‘New Directions in Aboriginal Policy’ forum at Mount Royal University in Calgary on May 05/10 by the co-author of Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry, Dr. Frances Widdowson.
A townhall meeting will be held in Caledonia on Tuesday, April 27/10 to get public input. Please see this article for complete information:
- Caledonia Victims Project, April 08/10: Caledonia activists to address ‘New Directions in Aboriginal Policy’ forum
Please see the Resources page for a list of available reference links while the Project is under construction.
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Thank you for your interest in the Caledonia Victims Project.
Mark Vandermaas, Founder/Director