Graphic and gory images sent to mailboxes and waved in public have long been a tool of anti-abortion campaigns. Does it count as hate propaganda against people who need abortions? Let’s test it against the Supreme Court-endorsed “Hallmarks of Hate.”
A Ryerson campus group previously accredited by the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party has been entertaining ties with Canada First, a white supremacist group attempting to “infiltrate” Canadian politics and create a white ethnostate.
Touting his struggles with Alberta Health Services, Artur Pawlowski has been interviewed and shared the stage with the founder of a militia, white nationalists, homophobes, QAnon conspiracy theorists, and supporters of Donald Trump’s “Big Lie.”
Outspoken Toronto lawyer Caryma Sa’d invited Chris “Sky” Saccoccia, a racist, holocaust denier, and influential figure in Canada’s anti-lockdown movement, to headline an event outside her storefront in Chinatown. Anti-racists and anti-fascists asked Sa’d to reconsider. When she didn’t, they organized a silent blockade. Saccoccia’s fans attacked them.
The Vice President of Communications for a group meant to foster a better relationship between India and Canada is a regular poster of Anti-Muslim and Islamophobic rants. For him, Indian Muslims have to choose to either join a Hindu majority state or languish in “barbaric/radical Islam.”