Clinton was in Toronto on the first stop on the Canadian leg of her book tour promoting her new memoir “What Happened.” She talked about the election, sexism in politics and the danger of disinformation.
A crowd of hundreds protested at the U.S consulate against Islamophobia and white supremacy on Feb. 4.
Hundreds protested outside the U.S. consulate in Toronto on Monday morning to oppose Donald Trump’s travel ban.
Eva James may well have needed the march in Washington to prove that her mother Carmen Kirschling was right.
“I always believed women were the strength of a nation,” Kirschling said. “That’s how I was raised, and how I tried to raise my daughter.”
James, 34, said she was devastated when she learned that Donald Trump was elected U.S. president.
“I started hearing what Donald Trump was saying about women and then I heard that other people were starting to accept what he said as the truth,” James said. “I didn’t want that for women, especially the younger girls who don’t know who they are just yet.”
Trump’s inauguration will put Canadian women at risk, says an organizer of the Toronto march in support of the Women’s March on Washington.
Thousands plan to join the anti-Trump protest on Saturday in downtown Toronto, according to the rally’s Facebook page.
Torontonians for Trump have responded to the planned Anti-Trump Rally at City Hall this weekend with a rally of their own.
There was a lot of late-night crying when Trump was elected in the United States, say Canadian Muslims.
Toronto Raptor’s players react to Donald Trump becoming president on Twitter.
Few expected Trump to be elected the president of the United States.
Trump’s lead on Tuesday sent global financial markets into disarray as the Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted by 800 points overnight. But despite the early panic on election night, financial markets quickly bounced back into shape on Wednesday.