Historic Plaque Controversial

Canada should not shrink from controversy in commemorating historical figures, says the chair of the Historic Sites & Monuments Board. The agency approved a plaque for former governor general John Buchan, a Nazi appeaser described by one Canadian critic as virulently anti-Semitic: “I think it is important to step back.”

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