The Toronto writer, whose book hits shelves this week, talks about anxiety, nefarious men and why some people think she should be fired.
The journalist and activist asks hard questions about race in Canada.
Graffiti, slurs and posters urging "white people" to rail against multiculturalism were seen across the country. But there were also a few bright spots that served as reminders not to lose hope.
Racist posters and acts of vandalism have sparked outrage, but a foundation of racism already exists here. "It’s just not necessarily above ground."
Siri is programmed to make a joke about a Norwegian dance song but offers no help if you tell it you've been raped.