End of a Historic Chapter for Calgary Mayor

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi made history more than a decade ago for becoming the first Muslim mayor of a large North American city. As his time in office draws to a close, he reflects on the increase of outward racism and divisions in the political landscape and shares his hopes for the future in a candid conversation with Steve Paikin.
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