GORMLEY - PHILIP SLAYTON - SEPTEMBER 15

Regina judge Justice Graeme Mitchell, who ruled a Metis man could stay on the lawn of the provincial legislature to finish his hunger strike against high suicide rates, paid a visit to the anti-suicide activist on Sunday. The Court of Queen’s Bench Justice joined Tristen Durocher inside his teepee, an unusual move for a sitting judge. Lawyer and author Philip Slayton joins Gormley to discuss the judge showing up to the event and if the visit is cause for concern.