CCLA calls for G20 inquiry
Today the Canadian Civil Liberties Association released a report calling for a public inquiry into police actions at last summer's G20 summit in Toronto. More than 1100 people were arrested when thousands of police cracked down on protesters during the summit.
The CCLA and National Union of Public and General Employees put together their report after three days of public hearings in Toronto and Montreal in November. We spoke with Graeme Norton, Director of the Public Safety Project at the Canadian Civil Liberties Association and co-author of today's report.
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