As 2022 comes to a close, we’re taking a look back at some of our most important stories of the year, looking forward to a year of new challenges, and never stopping the fight against hate.
A new report focuses on the effects of the $1.5 billion “Islamophobia industry” and how it impacts and interacts with Canadians.
Who Is John Southern?
The new report highlights stark figures regarding how often youth are exposed to hateful content.
New charges and unsealed documents reveal allegations of pipe bombs and training for the end of society among the men arrested for a murder plot in Coutts, Alberta.
A school board meeting in Canada’s capital was disrupted by protesters, many of whom opposed a motion over returning to mask mandates in schools. With trustee elections now over in much of the country, many in the far-right continue to focus on school boards.
A teacher was photographed wearing an extremely oversized breast prosthesis during a shop class, prompting a wave of right-wing media reports and protests. Now, the school has received multiple bomb threats making it the latest in a number of institutions targeted.
Appearing in small stacks at select businesses and handed out at protests, Druthers has gone from a pipedream to the COVID-conspiracy pipeline in only two short years.
After determining that he lied about being the man behind the “Red Serge” account, the Law Society Of Ontario is taking action against Everett Field.
Pop culture conspiracy theories can be especially seductive to youth – we’re giving you some background on why that is, what to look out for, and how to talk about it with the young people in your life.
What can the reordering of European conservative politics show Canada about mainstreaming the far-right?