Mike Friesen, 32, said there is lot of work to be done between indigenous and non-indigenous peoples.
He added the entire process of the case exposed the racism in Saskatchewan and Canada when it came to Indigenous Peoples.
"That's the hardest thing, as Indigenous people, is to have hope", said Chancy Blackwater, who was in Battleford to support Boushie's family when Stanley testified. "As a country we can and must do better", Wilson-Raybould wrote on Twitter.
Jury selection took place on January 29 in a Battleford community hall, followed by several days of testimony from eyewitnesses, family members, experts and Stanley himself.
On that day, the Boushie family was outnumbered in the courtroom by Stanley's supporters. I felt for my children.
"We've always known as Indigenous leaders that this was their system", said Chief Tony Alexis of the Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation, saying the system was set up by those who colonized Canada. "That's the sad part", she said.
"Saskatchewan is just beginning, I don't even know if we have really started on reconciliation", she said. "I'm saying that both sides have to take accountability and responsibility for what got us into this situation in the first place". Using data from Statistics Canada, a government agency, Maclean's magazine found that North Battleford, Battleford's sister community across the North Saskatchewan River, is the most risky place in Canada. Stanley is Caucasian. Boushie is Cree.
Last year, an association of rural municipalities in Saskatchewan approved a resolution asking the federal government to expand self-defense laws.
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Kimberly Jonathan, vice-chief of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations, said the verdict is a continuation of the atrocities Indigenous people have faced in Canada, citing the residential school system and the Sixties Scoop.
Evidence presented at the trial showed that the group in the vehicle, while driving on a flat tire, had tried to steal a auto at another farm before going to the Stanleys.
"Enough. We're going to fight back", Boushie's mother, Debbie Baptiste, said Saturday in front of 100 people on the provincial courthouse steps in North Battleford, Sask.
The police force declined to comment.
The jury deliberated for 13 hours after hearing at the trial Boushie was shot in the head while he was sitting in an SUV that had been driven onto Stanley's property. Expert witnesses testified the pistol was functioning normally and the handgun could only be fired by pulling the trigger.
For Tootoosis, the social-media hatred prompted by the killing of her cousin may also prove to be his legacy.
The Boushie family have spoken out about their concerns after the jury was selected, asking why there were no visible Indigenous people selected for the jury. But I wasn't shocked that was going to be the verdict.