Indigenous Women In Edmonton Almost 10 Times More Likely To Be ‘Carded’ By Police

Data obtained recently by the CBC from the Edmonton Police Service reveals that Edmonton police stop Indigenous women for ‘street checks’ 9.7 times more than a white person. Black people were 5 times more likely to be stopped. Edmonton police insist that the stops are not racially motivated.

By Andrea Huncar, CBC News Posted: Jun 27, 2017