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Macleans, Feb 18, 2016
A months-long investigation by Maclean’s reveals that at every step, Canada’s justice system is set against Indigenous people
In an investigation that spanned months into how Canada’s justice system treats Indigenous peoples, Maclean’s travelled across the country, visiting prisons, jails, bail courts and First Nations courts, and speaking with lawyers, judges, inmates and hundreds of Indigenous people about their treatment by police, legal, judicial and penal authorities.
Despite Canada’s dropping crime rate, incarceration rates of Indigenous people have been on the rise.
Canada’s crime rate…
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