COSTA RICA – Manitoba’s opposition is calling on Premier Brian Pallister to apologize for more comments he made about night hunting.
In an interview with Maclean’s magazine, Pallister said young indigenous men, most of whom he alleges have criminal records, are shooting guns in the middle of the night and it doesn’t make sense.
Pallister was at his vacation home in Costa Rica when he said these comments.
This follows the premier’s comments made last week about night hunting, saying that tension surrounding the activity is creating a “race war”.
The opposition is demanding Pallister educate himself regarding First Nations and apologize for his latest comments.