October 20, 2021

New study reveals Indigenous people accused of crimes much more likely to be locked up

A new study by Justice Canada has revealed that Indigenous people accused of crimes are much more likely to be locked up than white offenders. Vicki Chartrand from Bishop's University sat down with APTN News to discuss the study. Read the study here: https://www.justice.gc.ca/eng/rp-pr/jr/eurri-efitr/index.html

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