Anja KaradeglijaAnja Karadeglija analysis: Tories and NDP must deal with new pan-Canadian realities When Stephen Harper first appeared as a prime ministerial candidate, his opponents charged that he harbored a secret agenda, and the strategy helped Paul Martin’s Liberalsdefeat the fledgling Conservatives in the 2004 election. Seven years later – five of them with Harper as prime minister – Canadians decided they liked Harper and his party enough to give him a majority, but the accusationsof a hidden agenda still haven’t disappeared.  Anja KaradeglijaFri, 10 Jun 2011 22:30:00 -0400Rights Commission to police: "Change policy on incivilities." The Quebec Human Rights Commission has released a report tackling racial profiling in Quebec, but whether it’ll make a difference depends on the political will to implement the recommendations, says Fo Niemi,executive director of the Center for Research-Action on Race Relations.The report notes that racial profiling is often viewed as aproblem exclusive to Montreal, and Niemi says that’s because of the city’s racial diversity. Anja KaradeglijaFri, 10 Jun 2011 13:30:00 -0400