Two and a half weeks after the 2019 election and we can’t stop talking about these white men, the threat of #Wexit, and equalization.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, left, and Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe. The grievances that Alberta and Saskatchewan seem to have are no different from the entitlement of the white men who lead them, writes Erica Ifill. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
OTTAWA—Never in the annals of history have white men been so oppressed and subjugated—or that’s what Jason Kenney and Scott Moe would have us believe.
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