Russia’s actions show how important Canada’s Arctic is, BC spends $118M to support family doctors, and half of international students are still waiting for their visas. Also, an anti-semite is hired by the Trudeau government to preach anti-racism.
“We have provided notice to the Community Media Advocacy Centre (CMAC) that their funding has been cut and their project has been suspended. We call on CMAC, an organization claiming to fight racism and hate in Canada to answer to how they came to hire Laith Marouf, and how they plan on rectifying the situation given the nature of his antisemitic and xenophobic comments.” – Minister of Housing and Diversity and Inclusion Ahmed Hussen, distancing himself from an anti-racism initiative that he personally endorsed.
Hosts: Shane and Patrick
- Russian invasion of Ukraine forces Arctic defence back onto Canada’s agenda
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- B.C. commits $118M in short-term funds to help stabilize family physician practices, clinics
- An incredibly big problem’: Visa delays imperil school year for thousands of international students
- Feds cut funding for anti-racism project over ‘vile’ tweets
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