Lethbridge’s crime severity dropped last year, compared to 2019, making two years in a row the city has seen decreasing crime rates.
In a recent analysis of Jason Kenney’s tweets, I found a significant discrepancy between how he uses the words “antisemitism” and “Islamophobia”.
Every week, the local cops do a “Wanted Wednesday” post on their social media accounts. Apparently the point is that they’ve lost contact with the individual, and they hope by posting, the public will recognize the person and give them some information that will allow them to locate them and arrest them. Each post includes […]
But has it changed anything?
The problem is our society perpetuates an ever-increasing divide between those who have the most and those who have the least.
A recent criminal case regarding a Lethbridge trans woman found that the local prison puts unnecessary punishment on trans inmates.
The Canadian government is changing the criminal code to address racism in the federal justice system. Kaycee Madu doesn’t like it.
Earlier this month, Alberta’s multiculturalism minister declared 6 February as the annual Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation in Alberta.
During the first year the SCS was open, Lethbridge CSI increased at a slower rate than the previous year. During the second year, it actually decreased.
In 2019, Indigenous people made up over 30% of the incarcerated population in Canada. In 2001, it was 17.59%.