Pro-Trump supporters at the U.S. Capitol. Image credit: Brett Davis/Flickr
Karl Nerenberg | On the very day violent extremists seized the U.S. Capitol Building, our federal government warned us about the rise of far-right extremism here in Canada.
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Maya Bhullar | It is important to organize online to undermine the spaces being used to spread hate and disinformation, but to make real change, we must all work on the ground.
Statue of Atlas holding the Earth. Image: Flickr/elentir
David J. Climenhaga | The Atlas Network is said to have distributed about US$5 million to groups it supports worldwide in 2016. Among the group's partners are 12 Canadian entities.
Photo: Irving shipyard. Credit: John Douglas/flickr
Stephen Kimber | Atlantic Institute for Market Studies supporters piled on in the film tax credit debate, declaring the government cannot subsidize industries -- except, of course, when the industries are theirs.
Amy Goodman | Unlike Islamic groups that U.S. agencies spend tens of billions of dollars targeting, domestic white supremacist groups enjoy relative freedom to spew their hatred and promote racist ideology.
Mordecai Briemberg | Two Swedish journalists recently travelled to the United States to find out more about the rapidly expanding militia movement there.