An incident at the University of Alberta has once again spurred a discussion about racism in Edmonton. Sarah Kraus reports on how the university is reacting after racist posters were put up on its campus this week. WARNING: This story contains graphic language. Viewer discretion is advised.
Thu, Nov 23: Sometimes you need to dig a little deeper to see what's really there. That’s the case at the University of Regina, where several posters showed up this week saying “It’s okay to be white." But as Katelyn Wilson tells us, it's part of a bigger movement designed to create division.
Wed, Feb 22: Holocaust denial posters turned up at the University of Calgary, questioning the number of people murdered in the holocaust. As Tracy Nagai reports, the posters sparked outrage among students.
Footage captured from the Global News helicopter on Saturday shows protesters marching in downtown Toronto in memoriam of Regis Korchinski-Paquet, a 29-year-old woman who died on Wednesday, as well as the wider issues of anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism. Korchinski-Paquet died after falling from a 24th floor balcony, and her family and the community are demanding answers about her death.
In the wake of the COVID-19 spread in Canada, Queen's, KFL&A Public Health, and Kingston Police warned students not to attend street parties and to stay away from large gatherings in order to stop the spread of the virus.
The discovery of posters at Mount Saint Vincent University is prompting a response from the school’s students. As Alicia Draus reports, the posters were taken down quickly but students say it’s something that can’t be ignored.
Tue, Oct 4: A rally was held at The University of Calgary Tuesday to show “solidarity and support” after about 40 anti-Muslim posters were plastered around the University of Calgary's main campus. Global’s Reid Fiest reports.
A salmonella outbreak linked to U.S. grown onions is prompting some experts to suggest Canadians seek out new sources of flavour. Keith Warriner, a food science professor at the University of Guelph, shares his expert insight.