The Star: Should statues of Sir John A. Macdonald be removed? Yes

"As we enter an era of truth and reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, it’s time to reconsider what to do with such symbols from the past," writes co-author Bernie Farber, Chair of the Canadian Anti-Hate Network. "We offer a few arguments in support of the removal of a statue of Canada’s first prime minister, Sir John A. Macdonald, from the steps of Victoria’s city hall."

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"Despite any good that may be attributed to Macdonald, his record of cruelty, barbarism and even genocide should preclude him from receiving any honours, statues included. We cannot change Canada’s past but we can, by working together, change our future for the better."

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