Tracking deadly encounters with Canadian police — CBC News: The National | July 23, 2020

CBC News’ Deadly Force project tracked two decades of deadly encounters with Canadian police, examining the role of race and mental health. The Privy Council Office will review allegations against Gov. Gen. Julie Payette. Plus, a COVID-19 survivor’s story of survival and the damage that remains.


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