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Sammy Yatim shooting: Why have the police learned so little about conflicts?

This week, the Star's editorial board discusses the shooting of Sammy Yatim, and we debate the merits of Justin Trudeau's proposal to legalize marijuana. Editorial Page Editor Andrew Phillips joins board members Gordon Barthos, Leslie Papp and Jordan Himelfarb. 

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