The Canadian Press

2005-11-28 | Ipperwash Inquiry

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The man who served as Ontario's attorney general during the Ipperwash crisis testified that then-premier Mike Harris used a derogatory expletive in demanding an end to the native occupation of the provincial park. Charles Harnick said Harris made the remark as he walked into a meeting on September 6th, 1995. (The OPP marched on the park the night of September 6th and, in the ensuing melee, native activist Dudley George was killed by a police sniper.) (profanity censored in this clip)

Date: 2005-11-28
Placeline: FOREST, Ontario.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 24 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << when I got to the dining room the people there in their places around the table and as I walked into the dining room the premier in a loud voice said I want the Indians out of the park >>