How has Trump’s presidency changed social justice in Canada?

Far-right extremism, the climate crisis, and reproductive rights issues are all taking root here — but Trump isn’t entirely to blame.

Why It Matters

Social impact organizations must learn how Canadians are accepting or rejecting U.S. ideas in order to stay relevant. Any major advancements in climate justice, police brutality, misinformation, or gender equity will most likely be inspired by efforts (or setbacks) south of the border.

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