Talking to kids about video gaming, media and news, and what they’re learning in school can help you spot warning signs early and create a rewarding and protective environment.
Growing into Hate: Tyler Blair, the "Fascist Italian"
Tyler Blair said he was a "Nazbol Stalinist Canadian nationalist" at only 8 years old. At 13, he was logging into gaming platforms using the name "Tyler the Fascist Italian." By high school, he was engaging in overtly hateful online spaces - including the neo-fascist forum Iron March.
New Education Program Aims to Help School Communities Counter Hate
Canadian youth are being targeted, groomed, and recruited by white supremacist movements.
Canadian-Anti-Hate Network Launches Education Program
The program is based on CAHN’s newly released Confronting and Preventing Hate in Canadian Schools toolkit, which specifically focuses on countering hate propaganda aimed at youth.
Canadian Man Charged With Terror Offences After Attempting to Join Neo-Nazi Network
Seth Bertrand of Windsor, Ontario has a history of networking within neo-Nazi spaces online, including with a Texas man accused of plotting a mass shooting.
“OK Groomer”: Hate Tropes Fueling Opposition to 2SLGBTQ+ Rights in Canada
From the last federal election to American policies creeping north, the trope of 2SLGBTQ+ persons targeting children continues to permeate the worst spaces online.
“Honk Honk” Was An Antisemitic Meme Long Before The Convoy Started Using It
While the phrase was parroted by many who were not in the know, it is being leveraged by neo-Nazis who seek to introduce it into mainstream discourse – both for the lulz and as a political strategy.
Law Society Initiates Proceedings Against Neo-Nazi Paralegal “Red Serge”
After our investigation revealed the identity of the man behind “Red Serge,” Everett Ross Field is facing a tribunal that could determine the future of his career in law.
Far-Right Attempts At Lobbying School Board Into Rejecting Pride Flag End In Failure
Campaign Life Coalition and Parents As First Educators attempted to influence a recent Halton Catholic District School Board motion to raise the rainbow flag for Pride Month, with CLC calling the flag “sin-emblazoned.”
“I Hope People Die”: What Chat Logs Reveal About Canadian Neo-Nazis And Unite the Right
As a civil case continues to take place attempting to hold the organizers of the deadly Unite the Right Rally in Charlottesville, Virginia accountable, we take a closer look at the Canadians who crossed the border to take part and those who cheered them on from home.