Hill security, House Speaker to probe alleged racial-profiling incident
By Charelle EvelynFeb. 7, 2019
‘There’s no consideration for the experience of Black folks, generally speaking, in those political spaces, and I think that was very apparent,’ says witness Kate Macdonald. The Parliamentary Protective Service has offered an apology for the incident.
Liberal MPs Greg Fergus, left, and Andy Fillmore, right, raised the alleged incident of racial profiling in the House of Commons on Feb. 6. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
The Parliamentary Protective Service has offered an apology after an alleged case of racial profiling on the Hill by one of its members.
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