As a civil case continues to take place attempting to hold the organizers of the deadly Unite the Right Rally in Charlottesville, Virginia accountable, we take a closer look at the Canadians who crossed the border to take part and those who cheered them on from home.
From QAnon to neo-Nazism, the term “Khazar Jews” is one seen often. Despite its ubiquitousness, there is a short supply of accessible information on where the intended pejorative originates from, and how it seeks to delegitimize the identity of the majority of Jewish people across the world.
After Former Newfoundland and British Columbia premiers Brian Peckford and William Vander Zalm contributed speeches at an anti-vaccine rally, we looked at the interviews and articles put out by each pushing conspiracy theories and disinformation.
In a little over a year, an insurance broker from British Columbia has become one the country’s most prominent anti-trans activists, travelling to multiple major cities, and has upcoming plans to travel to Texas and California.
The Canadian Anti-Hate Network was previously the recipient of a grant from the Anti-Racism Action Program. That grant period ended in March 2022. The Canadian Anti-Hate Network is not currently receiving any government funds.
Le Réseau canadien anti-haine était auparavant récipiendaire d’une subvention du Programme d’action et de lutte contre le racisme. Cette période de subvention s’est terminé en mars 2022. Le Réseau canadien anti-haine ne recoit pas présentement de subventions gouvernmentales.