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Quebec to appeal decision on racial profiling during random police stops

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Quebec will appeal a recent court decision banning random roadside stops by police. The ruling was hailed by some as a positive step against racial profiling, but the province says it harms police work and doesn't address the root problem.
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Quebec to appeal decision on racial profiling during random police stops

Quebec will appeal a recent decision on random police stops, the province announced Friday morning. Quebec's Public Security Minister Francois Bonnardel spoke to reporters alongside the Minister Responsible for the Fight Against Racism, Christopher Skeete.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Quebec government to appeal racial profiling ruling that banned random police stops

Quebec Superior Court Judge Michel Yergeau ruled on Oct. 24 that police can no longer make motor vehicle stops without cause, saying it allowed police “a safe conduit for racial profiling against the Black community.”

2 months ago·Canada
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Quebec to appeal ruling that was greeted as victory in fight against racial profiling - Montreal

Public Security Minister François Bonnardel says the government is appealing because it's unacceptable to deprive police of an important tool.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Quebec to appeal ruling that was greeted as victory in fight against racial profiling

MONTREAL - The Quebec government said Friday it will appeal a landmark Superior Court ruling that bans random police stops, because the province said ...

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Quebec to appeal ruling seen as victory against racial profiling

Last month, Quebec Superior Court found a common law rule allowing police to stop motorists randomly 'paves the way' for racial profiling.

2 months ago·Canada
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Quebec to appeal ruling that was greeted as victory in fight against racial profiling

MONTREAL – The Quebec government will appeal a recent ruling banning random police stops in the province. Public Security Minister François Bonnardel says the government is appealing because it’s unacceptable […]

2 months ago·Winnipeg, Canada
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