Canada 'Small number of kooks:' Alberta premier condemns apparent racist rally in Edmonton

04:06  01 october  2020
04:06  01 october  2020 Source:   msn.com

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SPRUCE GROVE, ALBERTA — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is adding his voice to others condemning an apparent white supremacist rally in Edmonton.

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Police broke up what they called a demonstration involving opposing groups on Tuesday night in the city's northeast.

About 100 people were involved and police say physical confrontations took place between those calling themselves patriots and others calling themselves anti-fascists.

Kenney says racists and white supremacists are un-Canadian and un-Albertan.

He says Canada, while imperfect, was built on the concepts of human dignity and equality.

Alberta Justice Minister Kaycee Madu has also condemned the demonstration.

It's the latest in a series of racial encounters in the province.

Workers at a project near a junior high school in Edmonton were fired recently after swearing and using racist language during an Indigenous smudging ceremony, and clashes have taken place between white supremacist groups and Black Lives Matter demonstrators.

"It's unfortunate that we've got a small number of kooks who go around trying to get attention for a message of hate," said Kenney. "We condemn racism and racial prejudice."

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Sept. 30, 2020.

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