From mosque shootings to Quebec’s anti-religious symbols bill, more Muslim women are living in fear.
Austrian white nationalist accused of ties to New Zealand mosque shooter is making money off YouTube
Martin Sellner raked in €545 from donations during one, 45-minute press conference on YouTube, where he denied having ties to the New Zealand mosque shooter.
The prime minister vowed: “Within 10 days of this horrific act of terrorism, we will have announced reforms which will, I believe, make our community safer."
The Quebec man pleaded guilty to six counts of first degree murder and six counts of attempted murder in 2017 mosque shooting
A year after six men were gunned down in a Quebec City mosque, the city's talk radio hosts are being blamed for fueling anti-Muslim sentiment
We need to talk about why a little girl’s boogeyman was a hijab-cutting Islamophobic attacker.
A Tribe Called Red Members, Narcy, and More to Play Benefit Concert for Families of Quebec City Shooting Victims
The show will happen February 10 at Théâtre Rialto in Montreal.
In the aftermath of the Sainte-Foy tragedy, the Iraqi-Canadian rapper reflects on his own experiences with racism and xenophobia.
Why well-intentioned calls to unite Canadians fail to recognize our homegrown Islamophobia.
Two suspects have been arrested.