Imagine if the genocide of Indigenous nations, broken treaties, boil-water advisories, mass incarceration, mass surveillance, police brutality, torture complicity, security certificates, no-fly lists and indefinite detention were treated equally as scandalous as Trudeau in blackface.
Demonstrating change is done largely through actions rather than words. And while many reasonable people might still find Trudeau’s apology lacking, his tangible actions lend sincerity towards his atonement.
In the midst of the climate and species extinction emergencies, a growing number of concerned British Columbians are speaking out about the destruction of the province's old-growth temperate rainforest.
Research has shown that recognition of a right to a healthy environment results in stronger environmental laws, better enforcement of those laws and a greater public role in environmental decision-making.
The Globe and Mail was wrong to publish Ezra Levant’s most recent article for the same reason Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland would have been right to bar a Rebel Media reporter: Rebel Media is a source of dangerous right-wing propaganda posing an active threat to marginalized groups in Canada.