International Day Against Racism

The annual International Day Against Racism, marking the anniversary of the Sharpeville massacre in South Africa, will be held in Vancouver starting at Thornton Park (Main Street Skytrain Station) and passing through Chinatown to a teach-in at a location to be finalized soon. 

There will be further details as planning advances. Information can be found on Facebook at:

Australian Holocaust denier Fredrick Toben facing deportation

THE dramatic arrest of Australian Holocaust denier Fredrick Toben on board a plane at Heathrow Airport in London on Wednesday night could result in his extradition to Germany on charges of Holocaust denial.Toben, 64, of Adelaide, had been in transit at Heathrow after arriving from the United States and was arrested just after boarding a flight to Dubai.Appearing before a City of Westminster magistrate in London hours after his arrest, Toben said he did not consent to being extradited to Germany, where he believes he would not receive a fair trial.Toben, who spent seven months in a German pr

Dark Money in Conservative Politics:The Shadowy American Nonprofit Bankrolling Canada’s Conservative Movement

In our series Dark Money in Conservative Politics, we take a deep look at where Canada’s Conservative movement gets its funding.

February 8, 2018

Our first story looked at the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF) and the web of funding and incestuous connections between other right-wing causes.

Our second story analyzed the deep connections between the JCCF and the alt-right media outlet Rebel Media, and how The Rebel helps fundraise for the JCCF.

Here’s how a Texas militia planned to assault Islamic convention participants in Houston

Earlier this month, a group of a few dozen armed members of the Texas Patriot Network — an extreme right organization supposedly fighting for the “true heart of Texas” — decided to protest the Islamic Society of North America’s conference in downtown Houston.

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Edmontonians condemn Soldiers of Odin rally

A protest against a hate demonstration planned for Tuesday night was cancelled due to safety concerns, but a community organizer said a broader event against racism is in the works for late September.

Community members originally intended a direct counter to an event publicized by the Edmonton Chapter of Soldiers of Odin, a hate group rooted in the far-right.

Bernier faces a challenge keeping racists out of his new party, says Stockwell Day

'That's where Mr. Bernier may be vulnerable'

CBC News · Posted: Sep 14, 2018 10:21 AM ET | Last Updated: September 14

Quebec MP Maxime Bernier unveiled the name of his new party, the People's Party of Canada, in Ottawa on Friday, saying he'll run a full slate of 338 candidates in the 2019 election. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press)

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Rise of fascism in Europe

Across Europe, nationalist and far-right parties have made significant electoral gains. 

Some have taken office, others have become the main opposition voice, and even those yet to gain a political foothold have forced centrist leaders to adapt.

In part, this can be seen as a backlash against the political establishment in the wake of the financial and migrant crises, but the wave of discontent also taps into long-standing fears about globalisation and a dilution of national identity.

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