Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Bigots and Hate Groups Lie About Toronto Tragedy

On April 23, 2018, a van swerved onto the sidewalk in Toronto in what appears to have been an intentional act. When the carnage was over, 10 people were dead and more than a dozen injured. The people killed and injured were men and women, young people and old, people of different faiths, Canadian citizens ...

Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: More Infighting: Kevin Goudreau and Bryan Trottier

Sometimes it is fun just to watch as a show plays itself out. ARC has written extensively about neo-Nazi Kevin "No Show" Goudreau for years, probably far more that someone of his relative insignificance deserves. Lately though he has rebranded himself as a "patriot" in order to garner more support which has worked to an ...

Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: White Nationalist Ronny Cameron: Canada’ Biggest Problem? Asian Immigration.

Less than 24 hours removed from Doug Ford becoming Ontario Progressive Conservative Leader and the folks this blog covers are feeling pretty good about themselves, including one Ronny Cameron: Despite Cameron being banned on his own Facebook page for a month, he had been able to access the Facebook group he had created to promote ...

Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Ron Banerjee: A Racist Walter Mitty

It is almost impressive how shameless Ron Banerjee is. ARC has covered Banerjee, a supporter of Hinduvata, for a few years now. To suggest that he is anti-Muslim, anti-Sikh, and violently misogynistic would perhaps be a bit of an understatement: His most recent appearance was at last week's anti-racism Town Hall where he and others ...

Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Anti-Muslim Protest Planned For Parliament Hill on February 18; Numbers Attending In Question

For the past one and a half weeks, the Islamophobes ARC keeps an eye on have been promoting an anti-Muslim rally scheduled for February 18 in Ottawa on Parliament Hill being organized by a small group of Chinese-Canadians who continue to feel aggrieved due to what thankfully turned out to be a false crime. For ...

Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: ARC Living Rent Free In CDN Wolfpack’s Head

The head of the English-Canada chapter of the CDN Wolfpack (better known as La Meute, a hate group which has seen better days) Bryan Trottier follows ARC on Twitter. He's also wants to make it clear that he is absolutely NOT a bad guy: Except…. you know…. for his racist tweets: And then there are ...

Montreal Simon: Justin Trudeau and the Bigot Nonos

Last Monday night Justin Trudeau attended a memorial ceremony for the victims of the Quebec City mosque massacre.And during his speech he criticized one of Quebec's largest far-right groups, La Meute or Wolf Pack.Calling them "nonos" which roughly translates as dummies or bozos.It's easy to condemn racism, intolerance and discrimination against the Muslim community. We know who ...

Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Likely Generation Identity Canada Leader Revealed

In addition to rebranding themselves as "alt-right," members of the white nationalist/supremacist movement have also adopted the label of identitarian. The movement which originated in France is virulently anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim, promotes the "white genocide" conspiracy theory, and support a reactionary and patriarchal traditionalism. One group that falls under this label is Generation Identity. Our readers ...

Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: La Meute Kaput?

Not long after Pamela Geller and Ezra Levant spoke at a Jewish Defence League event in Toronto, Bryan Trottier of the Canadian Wolf Pack (the chapter of La Meute outside Quebec) celebrate what he and the participants considered to be a successful presentation and thanked those whom he claims made it all possible: Many of ...

Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Storm Alliance Still Insist False News Is True and Retraction Is False As Well As Connection to Online Threats

It has been more than a week since TVA in Quebec retracted their story claiming two Montreal mosques had demanded women be barred from working in the area on Fridays. The story has been been proven false but that hasn’t stopped some individuals and groups such as the Storm Alliance from continuing to perpetuate the ...

Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Pam Geller and Ezra Levant Event In Toronto: A Brief Who’s Who.

By the time this article is published, the JDL sponsored event featuring Pam Geller and Ezra Levant may very well be in full swing. As such ARC decided to remind the readers who is and who claims they will be attending the event. First of all is our buddy Steven Alexander Blair Kelley Newton Glass ...

Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: How To Demonize A Minority In Less Than A Week Using Actual #Fake News

This past Tuesday, the Quebec-based TVA ran a story claiming that two Montreal mosques had demanded women working on a construction site be removed from the area on Fridays. The story was later picked up by Ezra Levant and "Rebel Media" and used as another opportunity claim this story is an example of a Canadian, ...

Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Hate Groups Claim To Be Acting As Security For Pam Geller and Ezra Levant Anti-Muslim Event Hosted By Jewish Defence League in Toronto; One Group Promotes Antisemitic Conspiracy Theories

Posted to Facebook on October 30, 2017 A few weeks back ARC noticed the following post by Bryan Trottier, the head of the Ontario branch of La Meute and someone who has been charges with domestic abuse: Trottier is referring to the film, "Killing Europe," and especially vile piece of anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant propaganda that ...

Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Far Right Protest and Counter Protest in Quebec City

A couple of days ago Storm Alliance founder and president Dave Tregett posted a video touting the planned march by the Storm Alliance and La Meute in Quebec Cty. He also expressed confidence in the numbers of those who would be attending which seemed to me a wee bit optimistic: Earlier today his vice-president also ...

Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Massive Anti-Racism March and Rally in Montreal

So, how did you spend your Sunday? I myself did some laundry, took some screen shots of Stephen Myatt’s impotent threats (more on that in an upcoming article), and hit the gym for a couple of hours. A pretty routine weekend for me. How about Montreal? Well, it looks like many of the good people ...

Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Texas Church Murders Being Conflated With "Antifa" Civil War Hoax

There was never a plan for anti-fascists to start a civil war despite claims by far right conspiracy personalities such as Alex Jones. It was a hoax from the start. However that certainly didn't stop those same far right personalities and groups/individuals who accepted the hoax as fact from patting themselves on the back for ...

Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Guest Article: What’s Going on in Québec? (Part 2: The Politics)

At the end of the last article, I mentioned the provincial consultation on systemic racism that Storm Alliance and La Meute were mobilizing against. So now I think it’s time to talk about what that is, and what has been happening in mainstream politics for the past 10 or so years. I will spare you ...

Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: La Meute and Storm Alliance Merging? Support and Opposition.

Recently the Quebec-based hate group La Meute has been in the news as a result of a charity declining their offer to participate in the collection of gifts for disadvantaged children. Unfortunately due to my own monolingualism I struggle to be able to gather good intel on what is happening in Quebec unless that information ...

Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Guest Article: What’s Going on in Québec? (Part 1)

As we saw on September 30, many far-right groups across Canada tried to rally against “illegal” immigration but ended up gathering only a handful of protesters, largely outnumbered by anti-racist activists. Everywhere except in Québec. In Québec, the groups gathered at Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle, at the border between Canada and the US, and managed to attract over ...

Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Storm Alliance Brags About Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle; Overt Racists Included in Protest

Prior to the September 30 rally in Quebec, Storm Alliance founder and president Dave Tregget was voicing some concerns about people getting involved who had their own agendas: There was nothing any more specific, but ARC has become used to reading cryptic comments being made by the far right suggesting internal tensions and infighting between groups. ...

Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Right Wing Reflect on September 30th Rallies

Outside of Quebec where the Storm Alliance and La Meute were able to muster as many members and supporters as the anti-fascist counter protesters, the protests planned by the far right for Saturday were mostly a bust. In some cases such as Hamilton, the event was called off before it began. Other cities, Regina, London, ...

Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Part III: Northern Guard and Known Racist Supporters

The far-right in the country are continuing to prepare or September 30 and their Anti-Trudeauoloza festivities planned for various spots along the border. ARC is guessing that it will probably look somewhat similar to the anti-M103 events that took place during the spring — some locations better attended than others — but with numbers overall ...

Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Anti-Fascists Confront La Meute in Quebec City.

In one of the opening scenes of the Charlottesville Vice documentary, one individual stated that he had driven 12 hours from Canada to attend the event: Well activists were able to track down information about him and one other Canadian participating in the hate rally. At least one of the men is was a member ...