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11.06.2013 A FIRST FOR QUEBEC: BLACK CITY PROFESSIONAL WINS MAJOR COURT CASE AGAINST SYSTEMIC RACISM IN EMPLOYMENT
30.05.2013 TWO POLICE OFFICERS SUSPENDED FOR TEN DAYS FOR ILLEGAL ARREST AND UNJUSTIFIED FORCE TOWARDS BLACK TEACHER
16.05.2013 SOUTH ASIAN FREELANCE JOURNALIST EXPELLED FROM HOTEL, FILED RACIAL PROFILING COMPLAINT
10.05.2013 PUBLIC TRANSIT AGENCY ERASED COMPLAINT OF BLACK WOMAN ASSAULTED ON CITY BUS
30.04.2013 BLACK BUS RIDER FILED CIVIL RIGHTS COMPLAINT AFTER BEING DETAINED AND FINED AFTER CASINO TRIP
24.04.2013 TWO POLICE OFFICERS TO FACE ETHICS HEARINGS OVER VIOLATIONS OF DETAINED YOUTH'S RIGHTS
12.04.2013 “A MOST DISAPPOINTING EXPERIENCE”, BLACK MOTHER DESCRIBED MEDIATION WITH THE POLICE AND TRANSIT AUTHORITIES
11.04.2013 UDPATE: HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION INVESTIGATES CASE OF BLACK MAN ARRESTED DUE TO BMO TELLER’S MISTAKE
28.03.2013 HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION DEMANDS $10,000 FOR BULLIED FEMALE BLACK STUDENT, CALLED THE N WORD BY PEERS
15.03.2013 RACE BIAS IN FINANCIAL SERVICES: BLACK WOMAN'S COMPLAINT DISMISSED BY FEDERAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION
20.02.2013 CRARR SUPPORTS APTN'S APPLICATION FOR LICENSE RENEWAL AND 15¢ FEE INCREASE
13.02.2013 TRIBUNAL RULED LASALLE BLACK TEACHER A VICTIM OF ILLEGAL POLICE ARREST AND UNJUSTIFIED FORCE BUT NOT RACIAL PROFILING
07.02.2013 ELDERLY DISABLED WOMAN FILED COMPLAINT WITH JUDICIAL COUNCIL AGAINST JUDGE FOR DESCRIBING HER AS “F-KED”
05.02.2013 BLACK SPECIAL EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL WON FIRST ROUND IN UNION MISREPRESENTATION CASE
14.12.2012 POLICE OFFICERS BREACHED CONFIDENTIALITY RULE OF POLICE ETHICS CONCILIATION
10.12.2012 OFFICERS INVOLVED IN THE JOEL DEBELLEFEUILLE CASE SUSPENDED FOR FIVE DAYS WITHOUT PAY
01.12.2012 BLACK YOUTH CHARGED IN MISTAKEN IDENTITY CASE TO APPEAR IN COURT NEXT MONDAY
30.11.2012 BUREAU OF INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATIONS INTO POLICE INTERVENTIONS: BILL 12 IS A PROMISING STEP
12.11.2012 RACIAL PROFILING AND ASSAULT IN THE METRO: BLACK RIDER’S CASE MOVES TO NEXT STAGE
11.11.2012 HEARING ON JUDICIAL REVIEW OF POLICE ETHICS COMMITTEE'S DECISION ON THE AMAL ASMAR CASE