SOURCE: The Atlantic
Scandalous images of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau don’t just tarnish his image—they also point to the hidden history of racism and minstrelsy in his country.
No recent prime ministers have been willing to commit the tens of millions of dollars it would take to make the stone house habitable again.
SOURCE: The Globe and Mail
Justin Trudeau apology to Canadian Jews for turning away the desperate refugees of the St. Louis in 1939
Hundreds died in Nazi death camps.
by Kevin Lippert
And other tales from the Northern border.
SOURCE: The Conversation
by Ron Stagg
While this very public spat is perhaps the most publicized disagreement between an American president and a Canadian prime minister, there have been notable confrontations in the past.
by Bruce W. Dearstyne
That sounds like a topic from another era. But it’s shockingly of the moment.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau affirmed that the chiefs had acted in ‘war, not murder’ when they attacked white settlers who had encroached on their land.
The government program, which lasted for more than 30 years and ended only in the 1990s, caused thousands to lose their jobs and sometimes face prosecution because of their sexual orientation.
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