To turn back the tides of radicalization and hate, Canada needs investments in our democratic culture, improvements in policing and support for grassroots efforts.
The so-called freedom convoy has torn off the protective tissue on what it means to “be a Canadian” to expose an ugly truth.
Social media isn’t simply awash in conspiracy theories and extremism. It contains pathways designed to lead people to ever more extreme material.
Disturbing online posts and written messages were purportedly left by Ethan Crumbley in the days running up to deadly school shooting.
Vaccine hesitancy has been a subject of intense study in the field of scientific communication. Anti-vaxxers’ recent radicalization needs to be looked at.
Extremists are playing on people’s health fears to normalise their views.
Thousands of people turned out for the march for climate on Sept. 27 but new questions have arisen about the form these protests will take in the future.
A majority of the over 24 mosques spread over Palu were damaged in the tsunami. Two of them survived, though one of them is gradually sinking.
Sayfullo Saipov, the suspect in the Manhattan bike path attack, wasn’t a devout Muslim. He cursed and came late to prayers. A terrorism expert explains why such a man may want to be a martyr.
Cracking down on extremism online won’t solve the problem of extremist violence, will inevitably censor speech that’s important to protect and risks harming political dissidents and democracy itself.