The Not-So-Hidden Role of Racism in Canadian Politics
Tanya Clarmont’s relationship with voting is complicated.
Clarmont is Teme-Augama Anishnabai on her father’s side. For many years she wanted nothing to do with federal elections, feeling that they were irrelevant in terms of the issues she and her Northern Ontario community faced.
At 41, the only federal election she has voted in was the last one.
Now she sees the value, and thinks everyone should participate.