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Mark Hecht's Vancouver Sun op

Oct 08 2019By Nathan Woolridge News Editor A Vancouver Sun op-ed written by Mount Royal University instructor Mark Hecht made the argument that "low ethnic diversity is the hallmark of countries with high rates of social cohesion " according to a Star Calgary article The controversial piece was eventually pulled by the Vancouver Sun and The Province online despite being published in the Sun

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Sep 13 2019Judging by an opinion piece published by the Sun this past weekend — "Ethnic diversity harms a country's social trust economic well-being" — it would seem Vancouver's largest daily paper is still bent on stoking racial discord a century later though now in a softer more academic tone of voice

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Japanese Canadians call on B C to go beyond mere apology

Jul 23 2019VANCOUVER — Japanese Canadians across the country are meeting to discuss how an apology by the British Columbia government could be backed by meaningful action for those who were placed in internment camps or forced into labour because of racist policies during the Second World War

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Japanese Canadians call on B C to go beyond mere apology

Jul 23 2019VANCOUVER — Japanese Canadians across the country are meeting to discuss how an apology by the British Columbia government could be backed by meaningful action for those who were placed in internment camps or forced into labour because of racist policies during the Second World War

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Sep 26 2019The author of a Vancouver Sun opinion piece arguing that diversity is harmful to Canada has been invited to speak at the University of British Columbia by a campus student group On October 9 the UBC Students for Freedom of Expression (SFE) will host Calgary-based academic Mark Hecht and former University of New Brunswick (UNB) professor Ricardo Duchesne at the school for a

Ontario Government apologizes to Teresa Pocock: 4 Signs of

Dec 08 2016On June 29 2016 the Vancouver Sun did a feature article on Teresa's budding art and writing career in the Downtown Eastside The Sun headline aptly summed up the incongruous absurdity of Ontario's treatment of Teresa: Artist with Down syndrome written off as 'incapable' blooms in the Downtown Eastside

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Mark Hecht's Vancouver Sun op

Oct 08 2019By Nathan Woolridge News Editor A Vancouver Sun op-ed written by Mount Royal University instructor Mark Hecht made the argument that "low ethnic diversity is the hallmark of countries with high rates of social cohesion " according to a Star Calgary article The controversial piece was eventually pulled by the Vancouver Sun and The Province online despite being published in the Sun

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Postmedia's move to the right was evident in an opinion piece published in two Vancouver newspapers that caused an uproar before it was removed Soon afterwards the Sun's editor-in-chief Harold Munro tweeted an apology explaining that he didn't know how it got published in "his" paper

Japanese Canadians call on B C to go beyond mere apology

Jul 23 2019VANCOUVER — Japanese Canadians across the country are meeting to discuss how an apology by the British Columbia government could be backed by meaningful action for those who were placed in internment camps or forced into labour because of racist policies during the Second World War

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MP Derek Sloan ducks call to apologize for challenging

Apr 29 2020OTTAWA — Ontario Conservative MP Derek Sloan held to his leadership campaign slogan of being "Conservative without apology" and refused Wednesday to heed the demands of his fellow MPs to apologize for remarks questioning the loyalty of the country's chief public health officer

Vancouver Sun apologizes for opinion piece calling ethnic

Sep 09 2019The Vancouver Sun has issued an apology for publishing an opinion piece from Calgary-based author Mark Hecht who argued that ethnic diversity is harmful to Canada In his article Hecht an instructor at Mount Royal University in Calgary writes that while "many western nations assumed that ethnic and cultural diversity through immigration would be beneficial" many have "ended

Ontario Government apologizes to Teresa Pocock: 4 Signs of

Dec 08 2016On June 29 2016 the Vancouver Sun did a feature article on Teresa's budding art and writing career in the Downtown Eastside The Sun headline aptly summed up the incongruous absurdity of Ontario's treatment of Teresa: Artist with Down syndrome written off as 'incapable' blooms in the Downtown Eastside