Mary Ng, Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade, photographed in front of the Aaniin Community Centre in Markham, Ont. (Photograph by Lucy Lu)

‘Asian Canadians will not be able to fight this alone’: Mary Ng on anti-Asian racism

Canada’s federal minister of small business, export promotion and international trade spoke to Maclean’s about the rise of racism against people of Asian descent during the pandemic

2018 will be the year of allyship

Privileged people need to start helping in a way that is neither performative nor shiny

The anti-racist ad that triggered a backlash

One white man acknowledged his ‘privilege’ on a Saskatoon billboard. A lot more took it personally.

Politicians can’t let another year of hate crimes pass without action

Hate crimes against Muslims have spiked—while Black and Jewish Canadians continue to be assailed. What can politicians do?


Don’t joke in Little Stasi-on-Avon

MARK STEYN: Britons have shown a surprising enthusiasm for informing on their fellow citizens


Megapundit: When Irish eyes are darkening with rage

Must reads: Dan Gardner on Mark Steyn vs. the sock-puppets; Christie Blatchford and Thomas Walkom on the Toronto 18 trial; Richard Gwyn on Obama.