A regular fixture at protests against public health measures, Police On Guard For Thee and Constable Chris Vandenbos seem to have few qualms about sharing the stage with antisemites and conspiracy theorists willing to help share their message.
Graphic and gory images sent to mailboxes and waved in public have long been a tool of anti-abortion campaigns. Does it count as hate propaganda against people who need abortions? Let’s test it against the Supreme Court-endorsed “Hallmarks of Hate.”
A Ryerson campus group previously accredited by the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party has been entertaining ties with Canada First, a white supremacist group attempting to “infiltrate” Canadian politics and create a white ethnostate.
Touting his struggles with Alberta Health Services, Artur Pawlowski has been interviewed and shared the stage with the founder of a militia, white nationalists, homophobes, QAnon conspiracy theorists, and supporters of Donald Trump’s “Big Lie.”
Outspoken Toronto lawyer Caryma Sa’d invited nemesis Chris “Sky” Saccoccia, a racist, holocaust denier, and influential figure in Canada’s anti-lockdown movement, to headline an event outside her storefront in Chinatown. Anti-racists and anti-fascists asked Sa’d to reconsider. When she didn’t, they organized a silent blockade. Saccoccia’s fans attacked them.