Now we're looking at what experts call the “Trump effect”. We're investigating how Donald Trump's campaign changed things here, both online and on the streets. In the last year, the amount of intolerant and racist language Canadians use online – in places like Twitter, in comments sections, web forums and blogs – has increased 600 per cent.
So we conduct a social experiment and use our hidden cameras to test how Canadians will respond when they're faced with racism in their communities. The results might surprise you.
And we follow Edmonton’s Jesse Lipscombe on his journey to teach others how to confront racism and make it awkward.