How Right-Wing Extremism Has Changed the Lives of Canadian Muslim Women
From mosque shootings to Quebec’s anti-religious symbols bill, more Muslim women are living in fear.
Quebec City Mosque Shooter’s Dad Asks Trudeau to Stop Calling His Son a Terrorist
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.
Accused New Zealand Shooter Had Canadian Mass Murderer’s Name On Weapon
Images show the names of numerous far-right figures on the weapons involved in the Christchurch mosque shooting, including Quebec mosque murderer Alexandre Bissonnette.
Canadian Far Right Extremism
Canada Is Spending $300K On Research Into Far-Right Extremism
One researcher told VICE there has been 19 homicides committed by the far-right in Canada since 2014.
The Man Who Murdered Six Muslim Men in a Mosque Says He’s Not Islamophobic
Alexandre Bissonnette fatally shot six men during evening prayers.
How Alleged Quebec Mosque Shooter Alexandre Bissonnette Could Defend Himself in Court
Three legal experts on how next week's trial could go.
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Justin Trudeau Got Into Some Schoolyard Name Calling With a Far-Right Group
Trudeau called Quebec’s largest far-right group, essentially, a bunch of idiots.
One Year After Mosque Shooting, the Fear Hasn't Gone Away
We need to talk about why a little girl’s boogeyman was a hijab-cutting Islamophobic attacker.
The Parliament Hill Shooting Got Six Times More US Coverage Than the Quebec Mosque Attack
Why there’s no such thing as “under-reported” terrorism.
A Quebec Mosque Shooting Truther Movement Has Already Started
A hoax-fighting dad of a Sandy Hook victim explains why false flag narratives take root, and how to fight back.
Why White Nationalists Are the Extremists We Should Fear
There are about 100 active white power organizations in Canada.
Trudeau Demands Fox News Delete False Tweet on Quebec Mosque Shooting
“These tweets by Fox News dishonour the memory of the six victims and their families by spreading misinformation, playing identity politics, and perpetuating fear and division within our communities."