Will the collective shock compel people to think seriously about a fundamental transformation of political motivation to prioritize social justice?
Protesters participate in a rally in Vancouver on April 27. It is well known that extremist, right-wing groups are trying to capitalize on COVID-born fear and frustration to drum up thousands of new recruits—pumping conspiracy theories and taking advantage of anti-shelter-in-place demonstrations, writes Les Whittington. Flickr photograph courtesy of GoToVan
OTTAWA—Like the Second World War, COVID-19 has the potential to be a dividing line that will be felt around the globe for years to come.
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Cherie Wong of the Alliance Canada Hong Kong says Canada’s intelligence and police agencies appear to be ill-equipped to respond to the 'malicious and sophisticated' ways in which Beijing allegedly suppresses criticism.