Already facing harassment and weapons charges for two separate incidents in Nova Scotia, the live streamer is being accused of new crimes in Saskatchewan.
The capital’s school board trustee elections are home to vocal opponents of rights for trans kids.
Reporters and public figures who track the far-right have always been a target for vitriol. Women and racialized people receive a disproportionate amount of the abuse.
Laith Marouf has also repeatedly appeared in outlets which peddle Russian propaganda, conspiracy theories, and Holocaust and genocide denial.
Police and a locksmith reported on the site of the organization’s Ottawa “Embassy,” a deconsecrated church they are reportedly attempting to purchase as a community space.
Romana Didulo has always specialized in convincing her followers to show up in person. This time, as two of her flock are facing charges, the "Queen" is distancing herself from an event she promoted and travelled to attend.
Following the FBI action against the former US President's resort residence, Canada’s far right is making the narrative their own.
A 41-year-old Ontario man received more attention than usual after his own recording shows him insulting and threatening a person on transit. While the media shares footage of the incident, Christopher Pretula’s role as part of a small but active racist, misogynistic and transphobic streaming community has gone largely unnoticed.
The numbers paint a worrying, but incomplete picture of hate crimes across Canada.
A group of young nationalists are proposing a “New Alliance” between left and right-wing Québec sovereigntists. Their leadership is almost exclusively formed by ex-members of a traditionalist Catholic group tied to antisemitism and racist conspiracy theories.
Ces jeunes nationalistes proposent une « Nouvelle Alliance » entre les souverainistes de droite et de gauche. Mais ses têtes dirigeantes semblent presque toutes tirées d’un groupe traditionaliste catholique lié à l’antisémitisme et au complotisme.
Tyler Blair said he was a "Nazbol Stalinist Canadian nationalist" at only 8 years old. At 13, he was logging into gaming platforms using the name "Tyler the Fascist Italian." By high school, he was engaging in overtly hateful online spaces - including the neo-fascist forum Iron March.