To frustration of many, Trudeau has moved slowly with Canada protests
- February 11, 2022
- Jeff Kopstein, poli sci, The New York Times, Feb. 11, 2022
Canada does have homegrown far-right and populist right-wing movements. But the right-wing populist wave that has risen in many other Western democracies in recent years did not seem to find similar purchase in Canada. Political scientists have emphasized one difference in particular: Canada’s mainstream right-wing parties and institutions “never unified with the right-wing populists,” said Jeffrey S. Kopstein, a Canadian political [science professor] at the University of California, Irvine.
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