Lingering wounds and fears for the future

According to a group in Quebec City that monitors the city’s radio talk shows, anti-Muslim discourse became, paradoxically, more pronounced after the mosque attack. « They’re banalizing hatred toward Muslims, » Étienne Lanthier, spokesman for the Coalition sortons les radio-poubelles (Take out the Trash Radio), said of some radio hosts. In the broadcasts, it is typically the Quebec majority that is presented as the victim, Mr. Lanthier said.

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