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by James Sharma in Montreal On Oct. 17, mayoral candidate Henriette Reker was stabbed in the neck during a campaign stop in Cologne, Germany. The perpetrator, a…View More Canada is Not Immune to Racist Ideology
by Darren Thorne in Toronto, Ontario In the grand scheme of things in the election campaign it was a minor incident, but an unsettling one.…View More Polarizing Politics and Public Anger