Maybe someone should let our brother Daniel Caesar know about the Ontario Human Rights Commission report that came out last year...Anti-Black racism is alive and well in Canada . Despite the fact that black people make up 8.8 per cent of Toronto's population, the OHRC found they were "grossly overrepresented" in SIU investigations. The SIU is Ontario's police watchdog, which investigates police interactions involving serious injury, death, or allegations of sexual assault. The report also concluded that black people were more likely to be involved as the severity of the incident increases. Out of the 244 cases analyzed from 2013 to 2017, black people made up: 25.4 per cent of SIU investigations. 28.2 per cent of police use-of-force cases. 36 per cent of police shootings. 61.5 per cent of police use-of-force cases resulting in civilian death. 70 per cent of police shootings resulting in civilian death. The OHRC report also found that more white people were carrying weapons in police use of force cases, and that white people allegedly threatened or attacked police more often than black people. In police shootings, 20 per cent of white people were carrying a gun versus 11.1 percent of black civilians. The final version of the report is expected to include extensive internal data obtained from Toronto police, including lower level use-of-force incidents and instances of carding. The OHRC expects to release those findings in 2020.