Canada's farmers fear rise in rural crime

The National

Canada's farmers — particularly those in rural Saskatchewan — say they fear a rise in rural crime following the acquittal of Gerald Stanley. The RCMP says rural crime is actually decreasing, but farmers say that's because they're not calling police anymore due to slow response times. They fear another incident like the one that led to the death of Colten Boushie could happen again, as long as rural policing doesn't improve

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