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Charles Hamilton // Most people who died in police encounters in Sask. were #Indigenous | CBC News


Most people who died in police encounters in Sask. were Indigenous | CBC News: A team of CBC researchers spent six months assembling the first Canada-wide database of every person who died or was killed during a police intervention.

Of the 461 deaths in the database, which captures the years 2000 to 2017, 16 happened in Saskatchewan.

Of those 16, 12 died from gunshot wounds. All but one were men.

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