Canadian society used to strive to build a country that had moved past racial animosity, where people were not judged by their race, and where people could succeed based on their competence and character. However, this is no longer the case.

The demise of University of Saskatchewan professor Dr. Carrie Bourassa shows that our society is obsessed with race — and things are getting ugly.

On this episode of The Candice Malcolm Show, Candice discusses CBC’s thorough and creepy investigative report into the heritage of Dr. Bourassa and explains how success is no longer based on skills and efforts but rather on race and country of origin.

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