Protests in multiple cities across Canada saw supporters of the “Freedom Convoy” march in support of the Dutch movement against incoming agricultural environmental regulations.
The group, which denies an association with the convoy despite all its directors having close connections, is purchasing Saint Brigid’s church in Ottawa for nearly $6 million.
King will have to abide by a series of conditions, including staying off social media, until his trial.
Having sat in jail since his arrest at the end of February, Pat King is now facing additional charges while supporters report that he continues to struggle with medical issues in detention.
It is the flag Canada fought Adolf Hitler under and hangs proudly in Legions across Canada. However, some neo-Nazis have been waving it for years. To them, it is a symbol of a whiter Canada.
It is not shaping up to be another full-scale occupation, but Ottawa residents are bracing for the continued presence of far-right demonstrators, many if not most of whom were part of February’s convoy.
“I support the killing of the Muslims and the Sikhs in the republic of India because they deserve to die.”
The program is based on CAHN’s newly released Confronting and Preventing Hate in Canadian Schools toolkit, which specifically focuses on countering hate propaganda aimed at youth.
The protests are kicking off around July 1 and after the arrival of veteran James Topp, who has marched from Vancouver to Ottawa for “freedom,” networking with the far-right and the Diagolon movement along the way.
Sylvain Marcoux - who has run as an independent in previous elections - once said “Hitler is the most beautiful soul to have walked this earth.”
Sylvain Marcoux, bien connu dans le milieu de l’extrême-droite au Québec, à l’intention de se porter candidat aux prochaines élections provinciales sous la bannière d’un nouveau parti.
“Accelerate, accelerate, there’s no way out,” says Diagolon’s de facto leader Jeremy MacKenzie. “This is going to come to total shit, so let’s just get it over with.”