The rise in hate crimes has left Muslims terrified

“This kind of horror stays with you”
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh leaves after participating in a news conference, after he was ordered removed from the House of Commons for calling another MP racist, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, on Jun. 17, 2020. (Justin Tang/CP)

Jagmeet Singh calls MP ’racist,’ but has he forgotten about Bill 21?

Tom Mulcair: Singh could use all of his credibility and personal experiences with racism to persuade Justin Trudeau to challenge Quebec’s discriminatory Bill 21. That would be helpful.

One family’s struggle, one year after the Quebec City mosque shooting

In the wake of last year’s mosque massacre, Yousseff and Mulka Cherif wonder if they are better off leaving Quebec altogether
Vigil for Quebec terror attack victims

A year later: The Quebec mosque massacre and rising Islamophobia

Opinion: If we are to make any progress, Canada and other countries must tackle the issues underlying the perception of Muslims in public consciousness
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As we remember a mosque massacre, let’s find the hero within us

Opinion: Jan. 29 marks one year since the horrifying Quebec massacre. We must honour Aymen Derbali’s selfless heroism, but we can all go further.
Noor and Jake. (Hadani Ditmars)

Why a lone Good Samaritan stepped up in a Vancouver attack on Muslim teen

’Hate crimes and racism exist in Canada’: When Noor Fadel experienced an alleged Islamophobic attack, only Jake Taylor intervened—bonding the pair
The mosque on Logy Bay Road in St. John’s, Newfoundland. (Adam Walsh/CBC)

How Newfoundlanders are taking a remarkable stand against Islamophobia

To 3,000 Muslims on the island, the province is an example to the world of how to get along
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Opinion: Bill 62 is what Islamophobia looks like

Quebec’s controversial bill banning covered faces from giving and receiving public services is not about religious neutrality, it’s about Islamophobia, Sadiya Ansari says.

Quebec’s Bill 62 is what Islamophobia looks like

The law aims for ‘religious neutrality’ while targeting Muslim women who wear a niqab or burka

Too many Canadians don’t recognize the Islamophobia in their country

Despite numerous high-profile incidents and a stream of everyday instances, some Canadians still ignore or deny anti-Muslim hate