Networks of Hate: The Alt-right, Incels, and White Supremacy in Canada (at Mary Winspear Centre)

Part of: Borders: Geopolitical Boundaries and Beyond

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When Canadian extremists attack mosques and pedestrians in Canadian cities, there is often a digital trail that leads investigators to international, a-territorial networks. Alexandre Bissonnette’s online history revealed wide-ranging connections to American extremist groups and personalities, while Alek Minassian – the man who used a van to kill pedestrians in Toronto in 2018 – was an established figure in several online Incel communities. What are these groups? How do they recruit and who are their targets? In this lecture, we will examine the beliefs of some of the more prominent Far Right movements currently operating in Canada.

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