The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) is joining with the family Aaron Brent Gamble in calling for members of the public to come forward with information.

Gamble was found dead in Saskatoon in March of this year in 2300 block of 17th Street West. His death was determined to be suspicious and is under investigation by Saskatoon police.

No one has been charged in relation to Gamble’s death. FSIN Chief Bobby Cameron said First Nations people represent a disproportionate number of homicide victims which is a result of colonization and discrimination from the justice system. The FSIN chief said they are supporting Gamble’s family while also working for larger change.

“We will support the Gamble family and we will continue to work on systemic changes to address the statistics,” said Cameron.

Gamble’s sister Emilia Greyeyes has been in contact with police in Saskatoon regarding the case. she said her brother was a kind hearted well spoken man who had two adult children along with many grandchildren.

FSIN Vice Chief Aly Bear also reiterated the federation’s support for the family in their search for justice.

“We will continue to do everything we can to support Emilia and her family in their search for closure,” she said.

The FSIN said they are calling on anyone with information to come forward and ‘break the silence,’

(Top Photo submitted by FSIN.)