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The provincial election in Quebec last week and its results show that while Quebecers may feel settled about their place in Canada, unease around migration and what that means for their culture has surfaced.
Legalization of marijuana is only the first step of introducing it to society as a recreational substance. Many issues, like how it will be sold and what effect it will have on communities, remain. Part two of two.
As President Trump threatens Ottawa amid renegotiations of NAFTA, it has rekindled a form of nationalism north of the border, which in multicultural and multilingual Canada more often takes the shape of anti-Americanism.
Almost since its founding 150 years ago, Canada has built a reputation for forging consensus, particularly on the international stage. And as Washington withdraws from the global community, Justin Trudeau is doubling down on Canada's values.
Muslims are increasingly taking their place in Canadian society, and are some of the country's most patriotic citizens. But many struggle with the need to 'prove' their loyalty. Last month's shooting at a Quebec City mosque was particularly shocking.
Even as the Trump administration closes US borders to some refugees, Canada's decades-old private refugee sponsorship program is getting another look by nations struggling with their own influxes of migrants.
In Lac Seul, an aboriginal community not unlike those with shockingly high suicide rates, a concerted effort to restore traditions is credited with raising graduation rates rise and lowering drug abuse.
After a year which saw 35 people die from using opiates, the Albertan reserve has shown how a community can rally against drug abuse in the face of immense hurdles and historical trauma.
The prime minister said it wasn't his intention to hurt anyone as he attempted to escort a lawmaker though a throng of opposition lawmakers in Parliament.
Syrian refugees who found safety in Canada; survivors of the 2013 disaster in Lac-Mégantic, Quebec; and even Canadians on the other side of the country: all are finding ways to help those affected by the huge wildfires in Alberta.
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