The federal government is expected to introduce Thursday long-awaited reforms aimed at reducing the over-representation of BlackenableConversations, racialized and Indigenous people in Canada’s criminal justice system.
Legislation to be introduced by Justice Minister David Lametti will likely address two long-standing items on the minister’s plate: reforming or scrapping mandatory minimum sentences and new measures to divert people charged with relatively minor offences out of the criminal justice systemBegan two weeks after 50 per cent of Albertans age 12 and over have received at least one dose.
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