A charter challenge was inevitable for a law allowing judges to stack life sentences for mass killers. But using the Quebec City mosque shooter as the test case raises legitimate questions from the racialized group targeted in the attack.
The perpetrator of the 2017 Quebec City mosque attack — and his consumption of far-right media online — should remind us that social isolation and white supremacy are an explosive mix, writes Nora Loreto.
Thousands of Montrealers chanted for solidarity and loudly denounced Premier Francois Legault on Sunday, April 7, 2019, as they took to the streets to oppose the Quebec government's proposed secularism bill.
Mourners carrying signs bearing the images of six men who died in a Quebec City mosque shooting gathered outside a Montreal subway station on on Sunday, March 17, 2019, as they grieved the 50 people killed in another attack, half a world away.
Recently, I was asked whether Canada is vulnerable to fake news. So I spent a lot of time over the next three months considering this question and reading about propaganda and misinformation. Here's what I think you need to know.