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Byron Armstrong

Byron Armstrong

15 Oct 2018

Less than a mere decade before my birth, there were Black children in Ontario “learning” under a segregated school system. They endured cramped classrooms with dim lighting and toilets that would only flush with the aid of water in a bucket.

Maxime Bernier has had a busy year.

In 2017, during a Reality Radio 101 regular broadcast of Oshawa Today (which has since been cancelled), a host dropped the N bomb during a rant against, what he labelled, violent Black Lives Matter protesters. Here's a snippet:

09 Aug 2018

After the sudden and pathetically reasoned cancellation of Carnival Kingdom in Vaughan this past Caribana weekend, many in the Afro-Caribbean community are wondering if the move was in some way racially motivated.

The next municipal election on October 22nd is an opportunity for the Black community to have a seat at the table…and it’s maybe a bigger table than you’ve envisioned.

Gun violence. It’s the term on everyone’s lips these days, and with good reason.

After the recent provincial election, here’s what I’ve learned.

Regardless of what you think of them, you have to respect a few things about hipsters.

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