The Current | Mar 26, 2013 | 27:29

    Ottawa's biggest racial profiling study to date in Canada

    With preparation for a landmark study on racial profiling by Ottawa police underway, we're revisiting the incident that triggered it and we're asking if the study will be enough to confront concerns raised in various cities.

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