As ‘anti-Canadian’ as four drowned bodies in a car

Much hostile language has ensued over Conservative leadership candidate Kellie Leitch’s unwillingness to back down from a controversial survey to party members asking whether refugees and would-be immigrants should be vetted for “anti-Canadian values.”

One key Conservative, Toronto government-relations consultant Chad Rogers, called it “dog-whistle politics,”and tweeted that Leitch, herself, “should be screened for Canadian values.”

Well then, let’s whistle for some of those dogs that might cause concern among most Canadians.

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