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.
After Alexandre Bissonnette killed six Muslim men the national security agency re-upped its efforts monitoring the threat.
VICE can reveal Atomwaffen's graphic designer is from Ontario, believed to be the first known Canadian in the group.
Not all racists can be rehabilitated. But some can and here’s some ways we can do that.
VICE can reveal a cosplayer named Clayton Sanford was behind a neo-Nazi recruitment tool.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called it an "alarming" incident.