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October 17, 2017

Over 50 cities and towns across Canada endorse the Stop The Killing campaign. See letters and motions of support from these municipalities as well as legal associations and labour organizations. Click here to see a map of everyone who has endorsed the Stop The Killing Campaign and to find out if your city or town is on the map.

This list is in chronological order of endorsement. Click on the endorsement to read the letter from the organization.

Westville, N.S. – Town Council

Canadian Criminal Justice Association – Letter to the Minister of Justice

William’s Lake, B.C. – City Council

Gladstone, MB – Town Council

Victoria, B.C. – Letter from Mayor to Premier

Burns Lake, B.C. – Village Council

Mississauga, Ont. – City Council

Powell River, B.C. – City Council

Grand Rapids, Man. – Town Council

Chase, B.C. – Village Council

Port Alice, B.C. – Village Council

Port McNeil, B.C. – Town Council

Elliot Lake, Ont. – City Council

Trail, B.C. – City Council

Mortlach, Sask. – Village Council

Siglunes, Man. – Rural Municipality

Manitou Beach, Sask. – Village Council

Dunnottar, Man. – Village Council

Chetwynd, B.C. – District Council

The Pas, Man. – Town Council

Stewart, B.C. – District Council

Prince Albert, B.C. – City Council

North Saanich, B.C. – District Council

Colwood, B.C. – City Council

North Vancouver, B.C. – City Council

Fort St. John, B.C. – City Council

Eriksdale, B.C. – Rural Municipality

Dawson Creek, B.C. – Town Council

Letter from Clarence Pettersen, Flin Flon, Man. MLA

Mission, B.C. – Town Council

Port Alberni, B.C. – City Council

Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs

IATSE Local 514

Westville, N.S. – Town Council

Trenton, N.S. – Town Council

New Glasgow, N.S. – Town Council

Hamilton, Ont. – City Council

Hawkesbury, Ont. – Municipal Council

Hamilton, Ont. – Police Force Operational Policies & Procedures

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