Andray Domise is a community activist, writer.
In Canada’s largest and most diverse city, Andray Domise argues, it’s a disgrace that women candidates and candidates of colour face intolerance powerful enough to derail their campaigns.
None of the public voices against anti-carding rules seem to understand that racism in a public institution is not the result of a police force staffed by racists. It is the result of a bureaucratic system that tolerates racism within its ranks.
Rob Ford’s cancer was a tragedy, but he was no crusader in the mayor’s office or the councillor’s seat, says former political rival Andray Domise. Members of Ford Nation often spoke in racist language, physically attacked protesters and even targeted a gay man for physical assault.
Canada helping its neighbours flee a Trump presidency would mean handing passports to those who have the means to fight for their marginalized peers, but instead look out only for themselves, one writer argues.
Justin Trudeau’s now-famous ‘Because it’s 2015’ cabinet diversity comment spoke volumes about where black Canadians stand in the country’s mainstream narrative.
Speculation on whether Kevin O’Leary would bring American-style politics to Canada ignores the deep history it already has here, Andray Domise argues.