Year: 1992 Source: Telegraph Journal, (December 15, 1992), p.4 SIEC No: 19920863

This editorial discusses the coroner’s inquest into a series of suicides at the Big Cove Indian Reserve in New Brunswick. It is argued that the issues identified at this inquest are the symptoms of a deeper affliction, namely, a system that has failed Canada’s native peoples. A 2-page attachment outlines the jury’s recommendations that resulted from the inquest.