In the three weeks since Minneapolis police killed George Floyd, protests against anti-Black racism and police brutality have emerged and continued around the world, from the US to Australia — including in cities and towns across Canada.
Canadians aren’t just marching, writing to their representatives, and taking to social media in solidarity, though. Black and Indigenous people are disproportionately killed by police in Canada, according to a CBC analysis of fatalities during police encounters from 2000 to 2017. Incidences of deaths during encounters with police also st
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