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Halifax police apologize for decades of racial profiling

The Halifax police chief has apologized for decades of racial profiling in the city in the form of “street checks” after a CBC News investigation found black people were six times more likely to be stopped than white people.
The Halifax police chief has apologized for decades of racial profiling in the city in the form of “street checks” after a CBC News investigation found black people were six times more likely to be stopped than white people. 1:58