A Pakistan-born Toronto man has been charged with terrorism after killing a woman with a hammer. Yet, no terror charges have ever been laid for far-right mass attacks in Canada.
From mosque shootings to Quebec’s anti-religious symbols bill, more Muslim women are living in fear.
Alexandre Bissonnette wasn’t charged with any terror-related offences when he killed six Muslim men, but that hasn’t stopped politicians from calling him a terrorist.
Images show the names of numerous far-right figures on the weapons involved in the Christchurch mosque shooting, including Quebec mosque murderer Alexandre Bissonnette.
One researcher told VICE there has been 19 homicides committed by the far-right in Canada since 2014.
The mass murder has exposed links between anti-Semitism and anti-refugee racism.
“I like lost my mind,” Alexandre Bissonnette said during his police interrogation after he shot and killed six Muslim men.
Alexandre Bissonnette shot up the house of worship during evening prayers.
Three legal experts on how next week's trial could go.
Trudeau called Quebec’s largest far-right group, essentially, a bunch of idiots.
We need to talk about why a little girl’s boogeyman was a hijab-cutting Islamophobic attacker.
On Friday, someone sent a defaced Quran and a note recommending that its worshippers be buried on a pig farm.