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.
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.”
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 […]