Canadian media gatekeepers up to their old tricks

Indigenous and minority voices have long been suppressed in Canada’s media landscape. It’s an ironic fact given that Canada has been floating on a cloud of inclusivity since 1971, when the Canadian Government adopted multiculturalism as an official policy, “affirm[ing] the value and dignity of all Canadian citizens regardless of their racial or ethnic origins, […]

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