A meeting between the Aboriginal Affairs Coalition of Saskatchewan and the Saskatoon Police Service on June 16 was a success. “This gathering was very important for our evolving relationship and we are looking to the province to support us in continuing to advance this good work,” said Kim Beaudin, AACS president in a news release. The AACS will facilitate an ongoing dialogue with Saskatoon police and provide an organizational structure where appropriate and effective next steps can take place. The meeting with the Saskatoon Police Service was initiated by AACS. The AACS is an Aboriginal advocacy organization representing the interests of status and non-status Indians living off-reserve and Métis.