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Quebec proof federal tough-on-crime strategy doesna t work: exp...

There are 1 comment on the Penticton Herald story from Dec 26, 2008, titled Quebec proof federal tough-on-crime strategy doesna t work: exp.... In it, Penticton Herald reports that:

While the economy will no doubt take centre stage when Parliament resumes sitting in the new year, the Conservatives are making it clear that plans to get tough on youth crime will also be high on their agenda.

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Richmond Hill, Canada

#1 Dec 26, 2008
... 10,491. British Columbia recorded the second lowest youth crime rate in Canada, followed by Prince Edward Island, Ontario, Newfoundland and New Brunswick.

Meanwhile, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Nova Scotia and Alberta recorded the highest crime rates.... Comment?

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