By Marc Lalonde Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Delaying the bail hearing of a pair of Indigenous sisters wrongfully convicted of murder is yet another indication of the way Saskatchewan treats Indigenous peoples in the province, the national vice-chief of the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples said earlier this week. The hearing, originally scheduled for today, will instead be a hearing on whether or not the hearing should be subject to a publication ban which would shut media out of the courtroom, which doesn’t sit well with CAP vice-chief Kim Beaudin. “It just shows the true colours of the Saskatchewan government. They have no interest in making things right for these two sisters and no interest in the rights of Indigenous people,” he said. The two sisters he’s talking about are Odelia
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