Most Canadians believe systemic racism exists — but could it affect how they vote?

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Discussion posted by: Arye ben-Shaoul

Polls suggest most Canadians see systemic racism as a serious issue in law enforcement. Calls to end systemic racism in this country have brought thousands of Canadians into the streets, driven by a hope that things might finally begin to change. The protests already have had an impact, but political leaders will need to think hard about their impact on another vehicle for change — the ballot box. The thousands who have participated in the mass demonstrations represent only the tip of the iceberg, as polls indicate that most Canadians believe systemic racism is a problem in Canada.