Bare-bones support for combatting anti-Muslim acts are not lost on those on the receiving end of hate crimes. With the right political will, however, it’s not too late to reverse current trends.
The suspect, a man in his mid-20s, was armed with a sword and dressed in "medieval clothing", Quebec City police spokesman Etienne Doyon said during a press briefing. Motive of attack not known.
The federal court invalidated Canada's Safe Third Country Agreement with Washington barring people from seeking asylum if they arrive from US soil.
Order of 200,000 Germany-bound masks from a 3M factory in China “confiscated” in Bangkok, said Berlin Secretary of Interior Geisel, calling it an “act of modern piracy." Canada's Trudeau calls US blockade of equipment a mistake that could backfire.
On Saturday the International Ice Hockey Federation canceled the Women's World Championships, which were to be held in Canada's Atlantic coast province of Nova Scotia, due to the novel coronavirus.
Iran initially blamed a technical fault before acknowledging in the face of mounting evidence that its paramilitary Revolutionary Guard had accidentally brought down the jetliner.
Quebec’s secularism law appears to ban religious wear for all public servants but it hurts Muslim women the most - will that fact be its Achilles' heel?
Polls indicate incumbent Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party could lose to the rival Conservatives, or perhaps win but still fail to get a majority of seats in Parliament and have to rely on an opposition party to remain in power.
The proposed law sets the province's right-leaning Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) government on a collision course with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who promotes religious freedom, in a federal election year with a Quebec a vital battleground.
The parallels between Daesh and violent white ultranationalists should inspire everyone to be vigilant against a rising tide of far-right terrorism and the mainstream narratives that enable it.
Pro-independence Catalan leaders that flout the law are turning the question of independence into a counterproductive binary of good versus evil.
Alexandre Bissonnette pleaded guilty last March to six charges of first-degree murder and six of attempted murder. More than 50 people were at the Islamic Cultural Centre in January 2017 when he began shooting during evening prayers.
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