Retail workers like those at grocery stores or coffee shops are the ones feeling the real world effects of the conspiracies running rampant during the pandemic.
An Albertan pastor has been in police custody for over two weeks because he won't accept bail conditions that would require him to preach to a limited crowd, and churches are leaping to his defence.
Winnipeg Police say that altercation took place last week when a youth became upset after a convenience store clerk asked him to put a mask on.
A fringe Canadian political party aping the U.S. Republican Party has tied itself to the anti-mask movement.
Three toilet paper aisles in three different Walmarts were set ablaze in a Ontario town within an hour.
Shortly after VICE News reached out about Canadian anti-masker groups, Facebook deleted several of them.
The app, named "Covid 1984", allows users to enter pubs and restaurants without scanning a QR code or providing contact information.
Chris Saccoccia, who has been leading anti-mask protests all summer, says the schools will “save the children” from “masks and social distancing and indoctrination.”
At London's "Freedom Rally", David Icke was cheered on by crowds waving placards peddling everything from anti-mask statements to the bizarre QAnon conspiracy theory.
A weekly anti-mask rave held on a small beach in Toronto was thrust into the headlines when two men threatened the crowd with chainsaws after last week's party.
The anti-vaxxers claim the pandemic is “false” and connect it to the Gates Foundation and 5G technology.