Could all the parties just cool the rhetoric on racism and immigration?
By Andrew CardozoApr. 22, 2019
Both sides have a choice: politicize and drive wedges, or lower the temperature and bring people together. Weaponize the debate or bring more people on to the side of combating division, supremacy, and phobias. It’s that simple.
Far right anti-immigration groups, pictured on Dec. 8, 2018, on Parliament Hill, protested against Canada signing the UN Global Compact For Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration, along with 167 countries. Demonstrators were met by counter protesters who were advanced upon by Parliamentary Protective Services and RCMP officers. The Hill Times photograph Andrew Meade
The Liberals will be under attack from all sides in the next election campaign, but Liberals say they have a good story to tell and some say they need to sharpen up their communications strategy before it's too late.