What we need now is a closer look at what it means when elected officials engage in racist actions, and what bearing it has on how they govern.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured during a press conference in Winnipeg, Man., on Sept. 19, 2019, at which he apologized for a second time and took questions from media about having donned blackface and brownface. Screenshot courtesy of Global News
OTTAWA—“Diversity is our costume” would be a more appropriate catchphrase for our so-called woke bae prime minister.
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This campaign is not defined by any overarching issue, and has become ‘personal’ and ‘ugly’ between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, says pollster and Ipsos president Darrell Bricker.