Nora Loreto is a freelance writer based in Quebec City. She's the editor of the Canadian Association of Labour Media and her bylines appear regularly in magazines and online news sources. She also co-hosts a podcast with Sandy Hudson. Photo by Alex Tétreault
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.
The province with the highest number of infections, highest number of deaths and the highest number of hospitals and long-term facilities experiencing outbreaks will also be the only province where students could be going back to school before September.