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More Quebec Indigenous women break their silence about police abuse - Aboriginal - CBC


More Quebec Indigenous women break their silence about police abuse - Aboriginal - CBC: The allegations come in the wake of an investigative report from Radio-Canada's Enqu�te that first aired in October 2015. The show reported allegations that Quebec provincial police officers have physically and sexually abused Aboriginal women in Val-d'Or for decades.

Since the original broadcast, Montreal police were assigned to handle the investigation of eight SQ officers in Val-d'Or, about 520 kilometres northwest of the city. Two of those officers have since been cleared of wrongdoing. Police won't say how many women have reported abuse.

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