Columnists
Ontario Premier Doug Ford. Image credit: Premier of Ontario Photography/Flickr
Rick Salutin | Ford's re-election plan has been bracingly clear since he went full Build That Wall and told Justin to shut the airports.
News
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Sunera Thobani | The COVID-19 crisis reveals how unreliable and unprepared key institutions remain in the face of potentially unmitigated -- but foreseeable -- disaster.
Podcast
Image: Used with permission of the Migrant Rights Network.
Scott Neigh | Karen Cocq talks about the work of the Migrant Rights Network to fight racism and xenophobia during the federal election campaign and beyond.
Columnists
Joy Kogawa next to Places That Matter plaque. Photo: monnibo/Flickr
Monia Mazigh | Politicians who are raising the spectre of fear around immigrants today evoke the discrimination that immigrants have faced over the course of Canada's history.
News
Riot police confront demonstration. Photo: looking4poetry/Flickr
Humberto DaSilva | Extreme intolerance seems to be the 0.0001%'s new tack to ensure the energy of all the growing underclasses are not misdirected at them.
Blog
Map of Canada.
Doreen Nicoll | Geography Now! Canada currently boasts 1.4 million views with 26,000 likes. For good reason, I side with the 1,000 dislikes.
News
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, left, gives his running mate, Indiana Governor Mike Pence, a thumbs up after Pence addressed the Republican National Convention. Photo: A. Shaker/VOA
Jeff Shantz | A new book by pollster Michael Adams explores data to find out if Canada could succumb to xenophobic populism on a mass scale.
RabbleTV
Humberto DaSilva | Anti-Islamophobia motion M-103 was just adopted by Parliament. Is this the end of free speech in Canada?
News
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CJPME | After a white, male Quebecker enamoured with Trump and the alt-right murdered six people in a mosque Sunday evening, it took many by surprise. It shouldn't have.
Blog
Human chain around U.S. Embassy in Ottawa
Shenaz Kermalli | In the aftermath of the attack, one of the worst ever on Canadian soil, Muslims across Quebec said they felt fearful on a level they had never experienced before.
Columnists
June Chua | Norwegian film organizations and unions have banded together in an international call for help in the case of a Palestinian filmmaker, Mohamed Jabaly, who could be deported Dec. 30.
Podcast
Maya Zinshtein on football, racism, religion, and hate.
Face2Face | Maya and I talk about her important new film "Forever Pure," racism, religion and hate, Israel, the cost of remaining silent, and politics as sport.