Canadian Far Right Extremism
Loki Hulgaard, who was also stockpiling weapons for a 2024 race war, pleaded guilty to promoting hatred after being caught stamping Canadian money with anti-Semitic slogans.
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.
Police in Minnesota warn that Patrik Mathews may be in the state, which is believed to have an active cell of The Base, the terror group he is alleged to be a part of.
The Canadian Anti-Hate Network says that if the Canadian Nationalist Party files their paperwork to run in the next election, they'll release everyone's name who signed up as a member.
“It was basically going to be an all encompassing, ultra-nationalist patriot group hoedown.”
Canada has added far-right groups Blood and Honour and Combat 18 to its terror watch list.
The crumbling of La Meute shows many far-right groups biggest enemy isn’t Antifa or the Liberal government, but their own infighting.
A report by military intelligence outlines that since 2013, 53 Canadian Armed Forces members were either connected to hate groups or hate incidents.
Kevin J. Johnston conducted a vile campaign against Toronto restaurateur Mohamad Fakih on Facebook and YouTube.
The city council discussed their employment of Marc Lemire, former head of the Heritage Front, after VICE revealed he was working in their IT department.
Former Heritage Front leader Marc Lemire has been working in the IT department of Canada’s tenth largest city. Former city councillor Matthew Green, who is black, feels he was put in danger by Lemire’s employment.
‘Yellow Vests Canada’ carries the ‘greatest potential for radicalization leading to violence’ in the country, according to one researcher.