Montreal police issued more public health tickets in diverse neighbourhoods, study finds
A study that analyzed 31,845 tickets issued for public health violations by Quebec police during the first 15 months of the pandemic found there was a higher concentration of fines in some of Montreal’s more diverse neighbourhoods.
Top ticketed borough was Outremont which was due to religious gatherings.
"If we put together the data before and [the new] data, we could come to the conclusion that there's racial profiling involved," Pierre said. "A lot of tickets were served in very specific areas."
Maybe, just maybe?! include the data or at the very least, a link to the source of the data???
Cbc news is turning to a solid clickbait website... that article is useless...
Minorities cared less about covid. As simple as that. Nothing to do with racism.
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