New Zealand terror attack

What Canada needs now is some positive conservatism

Ahmed Sahi: A dangerous form of nationalism is taking root on the right. It’s time to refocus on nation-building and a movement that loudly rejects Islamophobia and fear.

When terror strikes the populist leaders cash in

Adnan R. Khan: In Turkey, Europe and the U.S., both white nationalist and radical Islamist terrorism are part of the same self-reinforcing system

New Zealand lights a path for the world even during its ‘darkest of days’

‘We are alive. We are together. We are determined to not let anyone divide us,’ says an imam who survived the attack

Why won’t Maxime Bernier denounce the terror attack in Christchurch?

Stephen Maher: It would be a meaningful gesture to stand with Muslims against hate. The People’s Party leader seems more intent on courting deluded voters.

The world reacts to the terror in Christchurch. ‘An attack on all of us.’

Across the globe, leaders expressed shock, horror and sadness. ‘At this tragic time, my thoughts and prayers are with all New Zealanders,’ said the Queen.