Conservatives haven’t quite learned their lines in the theatre of inclusivity
By Erica Ifill, Amy KishekJun. 12, 2019
Come October, Andrew Scheer will be asking Canadians, not only for their vote, but for their trust that he can keep Indigenous people, Canadians of colour, LGBTQ2S Canadians, and religious minorities safe from members of his own party.
Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer might not be ready to take on the task of standing up for all Canadians, write Amy Kishek and Erica Ifill. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
OTTAWA—If you are a member of a marginalized community in Canada, the Conservatives have trolled you over the last couple of weeks with the Justice Committee’s devolution into Trumpian Theatre under the guise of tackling online hate speech.
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