DOWBIGGIN: The absurdity of a man worth hundreds of millions of dollars playing the race card is truly dismaying
TAUBE: Yes, it’s possible to be a columnist and activist. So why couldn’t the Toronto Star countenance Desmond Cole and his stand on police carding?
KINSELLA: For the CBC and others, a joke about cultural appropriation is more important than, you know, things like real racism
MACFADYEN: We’re doomed to repeat cycles of anger as long as we live side by side without ever having the first inkling of what life is like for others
PRICE: Something’s rotten in York – and no trustee needs to fly off to exotic locales on professional development junkets to figure that out
MACFADYEN: The prime minister must be a standard bearer for the globalist ideal, exploiting his political celebrity in the service of people cast adrift the world over
KINSELLA: Trump adviser Steve Bannon wants precisely the kind of chaos we’re now witnessing, to bring the establishment crashing down
STOCKLAND: The new film Hidden Figures goes to the heart of racism in 1960s United States life and illuminates the path to justice through love