Homicide: Beyond the Numbers: An Edmonton Journal investigation into the city's bloodiest year on record [NOOK Book]

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Edmonton attained a dark milestone in 2011, when the city set a record of 47 homicides in a single year and made headlines across the country with the unenviable title of “murder capital of Canada.” The Edmonton Journal spotted the trend early in 2011 and made the homicides a focus of our reporting throughout the year with regular updates and special reports in print and online about the sad phenomenon. The intent of our coverage throughout the year was to offer context and analysis – and look beyond the rising ...

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Homicide: Beyond the Numbers: An Edmonton Journal investigation into the city's bloodiest year on record

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Overview

Edmonton attained a dark milestone in 2011, when the city set a record of 47 homicides in a single year and made headlines across the country with the unenviable title of “murder capital of Canada.” The Edmonton Journal spotted the trend early in 2011 and made the homicides a focus of our reporting throughout the year with regular updates and special reports in print and online about the sad phenomenon. The intent of our coverage throughout the year was to offer context and analysis – and look beyond the rising numbers – to look for answers. This ebook contains the centrepiece of that contextual coverage: a series of articles published in November and December that looked at the human toll of the homicides. In addition to that material, it also includes unpublished material and additional photographs and graphics that did not appear in print.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781927402108
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Canada
  • Publication date: 5/15/2012
  • Sold by: HARPERCOLLINS
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 100
  • Sales rank: 419,087
  • File size: 2 MB

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The Crime Bureau at the Edmonton Journal, a multi-award nominated group of journalists, reports on the darker side of life in the city. Providing context and analysis along with breaking news, they are often the first to spot trends, both positive and negative, in Edmonton. This book investigating the record year of homicides in Edmonton is the first book the bureau has released.

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