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Parties with Standing


Standing for both Parts I and II of the Inquiry has been granted to the following parties:
  1. The Estate of Dudley George and George Family Group;
  2. Aazhoodena and George Family Group;
  3. Residents of Aazhoodena;
  4. Chippewas of Kettle and Stony Point First Nation;
  5. The Province of Ontario;
  6. Michael D. Harris;
  7. Charles Harnick;
  8. Robert Runciman;
  9. Marcel Beaubien;
  10. Ontario Provincial Police;
  11. Ontario Provincial Police Association;
  12. Chief Coroner of the Province of Ontario;
  13. Municipality of Lambton Shores;
  14. Chiefs of Ontario; and
  15. Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto.

Standing for Part I only of the Inquiry has been granted to the following individuals:
  1. Christopher D. Hodgson; and
  2. Debbie Hutton.

Standing for Part II only of the Inquiry has been granted to the following parties:
  1. Union of Ontario Indians;
  2. Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation;
  3. Nishnawbe-Aski Police Services Board;
  4. Centre Ipperwash Community Association;
  5. Aboriginal Peoples Council of Toronto;
  6. Law Union of Ontario;
  7. African Canadian Legal Clinic;
  8. Amnesty International Canada;
  9. Canadian Civil Liberties Association;
  10. Mennonite Central Committee Ontario;
  11. George Simpson and Rowland Carey; and
  12. The Ontario Federation of Individual Rights and Equality.
                                                                                                           


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