In British Columbia, CBC researchers found evidence police or RCMP officers shot 28 people who were experiencing a mental-health crisis over the period 2004 to 2014.
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In one capacity or another, Travis Lupick has been associated with the newspaper since he was 15 years old. Having joined the Straight's editorial department in 2006, Travis quickly gained a reputation as the office's resident workaholic and hopeless caffeine junkie. Despite his denials, many staff suspected that he often slept at the office.
In his own words, Travis is a writer, news junkie, obsessed with music, and doesn't sleep very much.
An avid traveler, Travis is currently working with Journalists for Human Rights as a print trainer with Front Page Africa in Monrovia, Liberia. He continues as a contributing writer with the Straight, albeit from halfway around the world.