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Hatemongers Don't Face Serious Enough Consequences in Canadian Courts

Hatemongers Don't Face Serious Enough Consequences in Canadian Courts

While Canada has clear legal definitions of what does and does not constitute hate speech, enforcement is lacking. In the cases when known peddlers are actually brought before a judge, the trials are delayed, extended, and lack consequences. It’s time to bring back section 13.

Les anti-masques se rassemblent pour Noël

Les anti-masques se rassemblent pour Noël

On voudrait tous pouvoir se réunir avec nos familles pour le temps des fêtes. Mais alors que les hôpitaux se remplissent, les complotistes d’un océan à l’autre choisissent d’ignorer les mesures sanitaires pour organiser de grands rassemblements.

Inside One Of Canada’s Longest Active Alt-Right Organizations

Inside One Of Canada’s Longest Active Alt-Right Organizations

ID Canada has been a fixture in the country’s alt-right movement since its founding. Its mass postering and propaganda campaigns have made them seem omnipresent in Canadian cities and led to our 18-month long undercover investigation. Mired by infighting and paranoia, the group has been unable to obtain the relevance it desperately seeks. 

India Is Deflecting Blame By Demonizing Canadian Sikhs As Extremists

India Is Deflecting Blame By Demonizing Canadian Sikhs As Extremists

In Canada, protests by Sikhs have occurred peacefully in Halifax, Toronto, and Vancouver, while the Indian government is attempting to shift the narrative to Sikh extremism, rather than the striking farmers. Voices within the government have claimed that members of the Sikh diaspora are pushing the protest narrative.