Whoopi Goldberg

Whoopi Goldberg Praises 'Young Baby' Trudeau's Work On Marijuana

CP | Alexandra Posadzki, The Canadian Press | Posted 08.23.2016 | Canada Business

"Your new guy is so smart."

All The Stars Canada Will Gain If Trump Becomes President

The Huffington Post Canada | Emma Paling | Posted 03.02.2016 | Canada

These celebs are pretty vocal about their Trump allergies.

Oprah And Whoopi Speak Out On Twitter Mix-Up

The Huffington Post Canada | Joy D'Souza | Posted 03.03.2016 | Canada Living

There are definitely worse people to be mistaken for.

Sigh. That's NOT Oprah.

The Huffington Post Canada | Jesse Ferreras | Posted 02.29.2016 | Canada Style

That's Whoopi Goldberg. #OscarsSoWhite

Whoopi Goldberg Thanks Fans From 'Moncton, Ontario'

The Huffington Post Canada | Rhianna Schmunk | Posted 10.26.2015 | Canada Living

Wait, what?

Fire Cuts Whoopi Goldberg's Show Short At Casino New Brunswick

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 10.24.2016 | Canada Living

The comedian was slated for one appearance in Moncton.

What's Wrong With Whoopi?

Rachel Décoste | Posted 02.18.2015 | Canada Living
Rachel Décoste

Goldberg's most surreal statement is that there is "real" racism -- presumably the overt kind seen in Hollywood period films -- and then there's a form of "ridiculousness" that encompasses racial profiling. Is that like being "half pregnant"?

Dear Whoopi: Black Canadians Take the N-Word Just as Seriously as You

Giselle Phelps | Posted 08.06.2014 | Canada Living
Giselle Phelps

The same issues of white versus black racism aren't as deeply woven into Canadian society. Think this is what Whoopi was trying to get at. But racism and discrimination still exist. It has the same purpose it has in the U.S. Just because it's coming out of the mouth of a Canadian doesn't change its meaning or context. People in Canada still want to touch a black woman's braids with amazement and wonder. Canadian cities have pockets of poor community housing disproportionately populated by blacks. The racial issues are still there. They're just served up on a different platter, because it's a different country, with a different history.

Why Whoopi Was Wrong: The Myth of a Post-Racial Canada

Rachel Décoste | Posted 08.05.2014 | Canada Music
Rachel Décoste

The View co-host Whoopi Goldberg annotated Justin Bieber's videotaped use of the N-word. Ms. Goldberg attributed the then-pubescent Biebs' gaffe to his "youthful ignorance" and Canadian upbringing. "You know -- Canadian words...N---r doesn't mean anything in Canada." Ms. Goldberg is just the latest African-American duped into believing the analogical "promised land" tale. In the eternal navel-gazing exercise of re-counting American history, Canada is relegated to a utopia where fairness and freedom reigned for black slaves -- a deceptive narrative the Canadian establishment is all too happy to assume.

Whoopi Defends Bieber Using N-Word Because He's... Canadian?!?

The Huffington Post Canada | Joshua Ostroff | Posted 06.06.2014 | Canada Music

Whoopi Goldberg has come to the defence of Justin Bieber after a five-year-old video of the pop star using the N-word surfaced. The View co-host excus...

Watching the Watchdog: Long Walk of Prisoner #46664

Tim Knight | Posted 02.15.2014 | Canada
Tim Knight

This day in Dublin, Mandela shakes my hand. It's a most peculiar moment. I look into his eyes, he looks into mine, and somehow I know I'm in the presence of sheer, bloody greatness. Not because of what he's done or had done to him, but simply because of who he is.

Long Walk of Prisoner #46664 Part 3: Now Cracks a Noble Heart

Tim Knight | Posted 02.08.2014 | Canada
Tim Knight

For most South Africans, that long walk to freedom Mandela wrote about is on a much longer, stonier and more dangerous road than they ever expected. And it's taking far more time than their well wishers around the world ever predicted. Considering what's happening to his dream of a new, democratic and rainbow nation, maybe it's best that Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela has gone.

Why Are We Afraid to Teach Kids to Say Vagina?

Sandra Charron | Posted 04.20.2013 | Canada Living
Sandra Charron

Watching The View this morning the controversy whirred around reproductive parts, and what we, as parents, should be teaching our children to call them. The consensus: It just doesn't seem right to hear a little girl referring to her breasts. Boobies is much cuter. Because we're concerned about the cuteness of these body parts on a seven-year-old?