When it comes to public safety, has anything changed where you live?
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A string of highly publicized assaults has raised concern around public safety across Canada, causing municipalities to look for solutions.
Toronto's police department temporarily increased its police presence on public transit after a series of assaults. And the city of Edmonton has seen eight violent deaths over just 12 days in March.
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre said that crime was on the rise across the country, blaming the Liberal government and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. But some experts say the recent headlines aren't a cause for alarm.
Our question this week: when it comes to public safety, has anything changed where you live?
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