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One year after the Quebec City mosque attack

A conversation about the failings of Quebec’s political class and media elite

As we approach the one year anniversary of one of the worst mass shootings in Canadian history, the debate surrounding a proposed National Day of Remembrance and Action on Islamophobia in Quebec has been instructive.

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In this conversation, National Observer reporter Clothilde Goujard joins host André Goulet to discuss the unbearable whiteness of being Quebec’s media elite, the anti-Muslim provocations and posturing of the political class in a provincial election year and the hope and optimism that she experienced this week in Saint-Foy, the neighbourhood surrounding the Islamic Cultural Centre of Quebec City.

Also on this episode: details on the National Observer’s new anti-hate, anti-fascist investigative reporting unit.

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