What Is “White Multiculturalism” in Canada?

Canada’s Anti-Mask Movement Demands Liberty

November 12, 2020

Toronto’s Gerrard Street is known for its lively small neighborhood businesses. The east end of the street in particular is famous for being home to one of the largest South Asian marketplaces in North America. It is there that I recently saw a series of posters advertising the new “Borat...

Prison and the Pandemic in Canada

August 10, 2020

How to Defund the Police in Canada

July 27, 2020

Canada’s Indigenous Communities Fight to Protect Their Environment

January 22, 2020

Canada isn’t one of the first nations that comes to mind when thinking hotspots of racism and mistreatment of social groups across the globe. Above and beyond Canadians’ legendary reputation for being “nice,” the country is widely seen as an open and liberal place. Indeed, it scores highly...

Unpacking the News Behind Justin Trudeau’s “Blackface” History

October 03, 2019

Putting Canada’s Hate Crime Data in Context

September 10, 2019

On July 22, Statistics Canada, the agency tasked with producing statistics to help better understand all aspects of Canadian life ranging from population growth to resources to culture, released the new national crime data for 2018. The study, which looks at all types of crime, noted an overall...

Canada Needs a New Electoral System

October 23, 2017

Considering the problems associated with a first-past-the-post system, the time has come for Canada to change its electoral model. Over the years, there has been much debate on whether Canada should keep its current system of first-past-the-post or move to another form of electoral system....

Is Canada the Right Model for a Better US Health Care System?

May 29, 2017

Canada, with experience from its own health care system, could hold lessons for the United States. For many critics of US health care, the Canadian system of universal health care has long been viewed as an alternative, superior model for America to follow. Canada’s single-payer system is...

The World This Week: Turmoil in Jerusalem as Liberal Wins in Canada

October 24, 2015

In a week of much turmoil, Canadians voted for the son of a legendary prime minister because he is promising a more transparent, just and accountable society. This week, Boko Haram carried out two bomb attacks in northeastern Nigeria. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad flew to Moscow to pay...

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