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Sports

It Sure Looks Like Raptors President Masai Ujiri Was Carded Last Night

After the Raptors president guided his team to a championship, he was asked for his ID by a cop.
Noel Ransome
6.14.19
News

Nova Scotia Suspends Police Street Checks Following Report On Racial Profiling

The report found black Halifax residents are six times more likely to be stopped by cops than white Haligonians.
Manisha Krishnan
4.17.19
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Toronto Cops Ganged Up on a Black Journalist Who Accused Them of Racial Profiling

When it comes to race, the police have nothing to be smug about.
Manisha Krishnan
3.2.18
News

Human Rights Commission Will Investigate Racial Profiling by Toronto Police

The Ontario commission wants to find out which police interactions most commonly involve discrimination.
Katie Toth
11.30.17
Film

In ‘Black Cop’, It’s White People Who Are Getting Racially Profiled

We spoke to director Cory Bowles about why he felt the need to be so direct with his message.
Noel Ransome
9.15.17
racial-profiling

After alleged police brutality, Ontario struggles with letting cops investigate cops

The father of the accused — who is himself a police officer — is now accused of interfering in the investigation
Sarah Krichel
8.17.17
News

Over Half of Black Toronto Residents Have Been Stopped by Police: Report

It gets worse if you’re a black man between the ages of 25 to 44.
Allison Tierney
7.19.17
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Toronto cops are disproportionately charging black people for marijuana possession

Data analyzed by the Toronto Star reveals black people are three times more likely than white people to face such arrests.
Rachel Browne
7.6.17
crime

Toronto cop who shot and killed Andrew Loku defends himself

Constable Andrew Doyle was officially identified by an inquest as the officer who fired the fatal shots
Tamara Khandaker
6.14.17
crime

Inquest into ‘kind, gentle man’ killed by cops begins in Toronto

Witnesses have said Loku posed no threat when he was fatally shot in 2015
Tamara Khandaker
6.5.17
carding

Toronto police still refuse to delete the data from their carding program

After years of collecting data on more than a million Ontarians, which mostly targeted racialized communities, calls are growing to get rid of the archives
Tamara Khandaker
4.24.17
News

Targeted by Police for Years, Toronto’s Black Community Responds to New Carding Laws

Police still won't destroy data from carding, despite widespread protest.
Samira Mohyeddin
11.24.16
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