No Apology For Heroism: Linda Sarsour

The Social Planning Council of Winnipeg (SPCW) evolved into an organization dedicated to equity, social justice and change. SPCW marked its centenary with “Sorry Not Sorry: Unapologetically Working for Social Justice,” a panel discussion on…

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Bill 21: Secularism is Not About Limiting Individual Freedoms

Quebec’s secularist Bill 21, which bans public workers from wearing religious symbols, dredges up memories of a similar ban France initiated in 2004. In 2004, the French government banned the display of “conspicuous” religious symbols…

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“This was an attack on humanity,” say Canadians about Christchurch shootings

On March 18th, a Sheikh, a rabbi, a Member of Parliament (MP) and a reverend gathered at a commemorative service in honour of victims of the Christchurch shooting victims at Jaffari Community Centre (JCC) in…

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Leitch Campaign Scrambles to Distance Itself from Anti-Mosque Group

Conservative leadership candidate Kellie Leitch’s campaign says she did not know Ron Banjaree, an anti-Muslim advocate, or the organization Rise Canada would be at the event she attended Monday evening in Brampton. “Kellie did not know…

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