Race and Racism in Canada: Racial Profiling in Criminal Matters

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Essay #: 070151
Total text length is 12,650 characters (approximately 8.7 pages).

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Race and Racism in Canada: Racial Profiling in Criminal Matters
Canada is a nation that has a proud history of having avoided the racial tensions and animosities that have plagued the United States; this is not to say that Canada is perfect – far from it – but the country does have an enviable record of racial harmony. However, as the face of Canada changes through demographic developments and because of immigration, the matter of racial profiling in criminal matters has become more and more pressing as an issue. The ensuing paper looks at racial profiling in the context of law enforcement and explores whether or not it really happens in Canada and what might provoke it; the paper also looks at whether or not racial profiling might...
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