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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF VICECANADA
28.0% of vicecanada's followers are female and 72.0% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.20%. The average number of likes per post is 1408 and the average number of comments is 42.
Vicecanada loves posting about Actors, Music, Modeling.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR VICECANADA
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF VICECANADA
- Music 46.34 %
- Art & Design 44.56 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 43.22 %
- Travel & Tourism 43.02 %
- Beauty & Fashion 40.47 %
- Photography 40.41 %
- Sports 38.93 %
- Entertainment 37.85 %
- Business & Careers 36.08 %
- Books and Literature 35.21 %
- Fitness & Yoga 34.88 %
The announcement comes as Toronto Police Service faces backlash for systemic anti-Black racism—again—following the death of Regis Korchinski-Paquet. Chief Mark Saunders’ final day in charge of Toronto Police Service is July 31, he told reporters Monday. His contract had been extended to April 2021 just last summer. Saunders didn’t explicitly say why he has decided to leave his post, but said, “I look forward to being a full-time dad and a full-time husband.” Full story at the link in bio. 📷: Cole Burston / The Canadian Press
One conversation is just the beginning. Commit to being anti-racist for the long haul. Read @the_rewm's advice at the link in bio. 🎨: @french.hunter⠀
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau committed to “changing the systems that do not do right by too many Indigenous people and racialized Canadians.” It was strong language from the prime minister, as video emerged of an RCMP officer hitting an Inuit man with a truck, a police officer in New Brunswick shot and killed an Indigenous woman during a wellness check, video surfaced of a Black man being pulled by his hair by police in Quebec and questions still swirl around the death of a Black woman in Toronto after police entered her apartment. But Trudeau didn’t provide a direct answer after being asked multiple times what specific measures he would take to combat police brutality and systemic racism in policing. Link in bio. 📷: Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press
Indigenous leaders are condemning the killing of a 26-year-old woman from the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation by police and calling for an expedited, independent investigation. Police shot and killed Chantel Moore during a wellness check in Edmundston, New Brunswick early Thursday morning. Police claim that Moore came at an officer with a knife and that the officer did not attempt to use “non-lethal force” before shooting her. Moore’s “family deserves answers to the circumstances that led to her tragic death at the hands of the Edmundston Police Department,” said Lydia Hwitsum, speaking on behalf of the First Nations Summit. “Indigenous people in Canada face clear systemic racial bias by police forces. This systemic racism must stop.” Full story at the link in bio. 📷 via Facebook
The Vancouver Sun is reporting that Chantel Moore, a 26-year-old Indigenous woman, was the woman killed by Edmundston police. Nora Martin, Moore's aunt, told the Sun that police were called when Moore's boyfriend contacted authorities saying that Moore was complaining of being harassed by someone. Edmundston Police claim Moore was brandishing a knife and "making threats" when an officer shot and killed her. Martin told the paper she has trouble believing police's description of events leading up to the killing of her niece. Full story at the link in bio.
Regis Korchinski-Paquet's family said Toronto police were alone with her in her apartment just before she died, and that she cried out, “Mom, help” before going silent. Body-worn cameras could have given an unbiased account into what happened. However, despite being recommended six years ago, Toronto police have yet to implement them. Toronto police Chief Mark Saunders told reporters that he is now "fast-tracking" getting body cameras for officers, but critics have long pointed out that these cams alone will not end police brutality. Link in bio. 📷: Galit Rodan
Videos of Sunday's anti-racist demonstration in Montreal, which drew crowds of an estimated 15,000 and 20,000 people, show a spirited and upbeat group, before attendees observed a moment of silence for the hundreds of victims of police violence.⠀ ⠀ But things took a turn for the worse when police from the SPVM and Sûreté du Québec (SQ) slowly re-emerged in riot gear and announced at 8:15 p.m. that the protest, which had remained peaceful, was suddenly deemed illegal.⠀ ⠀ Eyewitnesses told VICE that groups of young white men in black clothing were throwing rocks at a cop car, looting, and tagging a building in Creole, a language spoken by Black Haitians. Link in bio to read their accounts.⠀ ⠀ 📷: Manoucheka Lacherie
Using the Black Lives Matter hashtag on your #BlackOutTuesday posts is drowning out Black voices, making it harder to find the real stories. The meme was co-opted from two Black women: Jamila Thomas, senior director of marketing at Atlantic Records, and Brianna Agyemang, a former Atlantic executive and current senior artist campaign manager at Platoon. Their call to action, #TheShowMustBePaused, was meant to call out "the long-standing racism and inequality that exists from the boardroom to the boulevard" in music. Nowhere in their open letter do they suggest posting black squares, but that's what a lot of people have done today. Link in bio via @motherboardvice.
It’s been an especially hard few weeks for Black people. Regis Korchinski-Paquet. Breonna Taylor. Ahmaud Arbery. George Floyd. Police tear-gassing the protesters who had the gall to be upset about racist murders. All of this, during a time when Black people are disproportionately dying from the COVID-19 pandemic.⠀ ⠀ If images of Black suffering have left you feeling sad and angry and overwhelmed, here are some things you might do to get a tiny bit of relief.⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ 👉 Swipe through and hit the link in bio for more via @vicelife.⠀ ⠀ Written by @the_rewm.⠀ ⠀⠀ 🎨: @french.hunter / Images via Getty
With airlines slowly adding routes again and provinces announcing reopening plans, you may be tempted to travel right now. Before you book a trip, read this. Link in bio. 🎨: @french.hunter
Should Canada consider having a mandatory COVID-19 vaccine? The World Health Organization listed vaccine hesitancy as one of the 10 gravest threats to global health in 2019. As concern grows about vaccine misinformation, public health agencies are trying to figure out what to do next. Link in bio. 📷: National Cancer Institute via Unsplash
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