Peter Barker, in a New York Times article, “A President Who Fans, Rather Than Douses, the Nation’s Racial Fires,” catalogues a number of occasions on which Mr. Trump and his staff have been asked whether the president is racist. Well, I mean, if saying he’s not a racist is in your speaking notes …
On Episode 91 of The Roundtable Podcast, I talk with Aylan Couchie about public sculpture, memorials, and cultural appropriation.
Last Summer, Garnet Angeconeb met with Senator Lynn Beyak to reconcile. Now he says she should resign.
Since 2007, Cindy Blackstock has been in a battle with Canada over policies that discriminate against First Nations children.
I’m not going to reveal all of my big ideas for 2018. But here are some highlights.
Donald Trump has clarified the moral landscape in an exhilarating way. The people who love and admire him are emboldened to undertake his cause. And the rest of us should likewise be emboldened to fight and to prevail.
For episode 89 of The Roundtable, Georges Erasmus and I sat down in Toronto to talk about his 40-year career.
For the first time in Canada’s history, a federal government has a plan for Indigenous people that is going to be great for them
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On this episode of The Roundtable, I talk with Tim Fontaine, Editor-in-Grand-Chief of Walking Eagle News
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Join me on The Roundtable Season 5, Episode 87, for my conversation with writer and entrepreneur Robert Jago.
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Nobody gives you power. You take it.
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