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Lethbridge sexual assault cases resulting in fewer charges

Lethbridge cops charging fewer people with sexual assault over the last 4 years, despite the number of cases increasing.

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Canada imprisoning Indigenous people more under Trudeau

During Trudeau’s first 6 years in power, the proportion of inmates who are Indigenous increased by 5.1% a year, more than under Harper.

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More Indigenous people imprisoned under Trudeau government

During Trudeau’s first 5 years in government, the proportion of inmates who are Indigenous increased by 4.5% a year, more than under Harper.

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Lethbridge has 47th highest crime rate in Alberta

Lethbridge’s crime severity dropped last year, compared to 2019, making two years in a row the city has seen decreasing crime rates.

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Why does Jason Kenney refuse to say “Islamophobia”?

In a recent analysis of Jason Kenney’s tweets, I found a significant discrepancy between how he uses the words “antisemitism” and “Islamophobia”.

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Why the Lethbridge Police Service’s “Wanted Wednesday” is messed up

Every week, the local cops do a “Wanted Wednesday” post on their social media accounts. Apparently the point is that they’ve lost contact with the individual, and they hope by posting, the public will recognize the person and give them some information that will allow them to locate them and arrest them. Each post includes […]

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Lethbridge cops seized over $600,000 in drugs since January 2020

But has it changed anything?

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Someone broke into our garage and stole half our stuff

The problem is our society perpetuates an ever-increasing divide between those who have the most and those who have the least.

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Lethbridge prison can’t accommodate trans inmates

A recent criminal case regarding a Lethbridge trans woman found that the local prison puts unnecessary punishment on trans inmates.

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AB justice minister opposes efforts to address racism in federal justice system

The Canadian government is changing the criminal code to address racism in the federal justice system. Kaycee Madu doesn’t like it.