There is a historical trajectory of devaluing Black people's health, safety, and environments. Past installments in this series have looked at examples ranging from Africville to Herongate to trace the continuity of this process. Ultimately, although some advocate for Black folks to join and change the system from within, without the system being open to change, this will not be enough.
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Over the coming months, policymakers will have to consider how to support precarious industries to stimulate Canada’s economic recovery. High-speed rail offers affordable, rapid, and sustainable transportation to help boost the tourism and hospitality sector.