A Greek hall in Vancouver agreed to host far-right commenters Stefan Molyneux and Lauren Southern for a talk. It didn’t end well for anyone.
One researcher told VICE there has been 19 homicides committed by the far-right in Canada since 2014.
The massacre committed by Alexandre Bissonnette was driven by racial hatred, but a judge did not consider it terrorism.
Wolves of Odin, a group affiliated with an Edmonton mosque stakeout, now has a plushier, kinkier web presence.
People affiliated with the anti-Islam groups the Clann and the Canadian Infidels staked out and entered Canada’s oldest mosque.
The leadership of III% Canada is changing, and the new commander wants to nationalize training and bring the group to a level of organization experts say is “unheard of” in Canada.
Zeiger, real-name Gabriel Sohier Chaput, helped move the far-right even further into the extremes.
Between hateful diatribes against Jews and the LGBT community, neo-Nazi chat posts show a group of men who really want military training.
Yes, that sounds so much less extreme right.
Here's the latest example of conservative Canadian politicians flirting with the far-right.
Using sources and hidden chat networks, VICE has traced the code name of an Atomwaffen member to Brandon Cameron, a former Nova Scotia soldier.
VICE can reveal that Northern Order, once described as a “phantom group,” is an Atomwaffen affiliated neo-Nazi cell.