Online hate is an infectious virus—and it should be addressed like real-life violence

Opinion: A reformed white supremacist on what’s changed since she helped put the Heritage Front’s leader behind bars, and how we can stop this sickness from spreading

Calling out hate groups doesn’t ‘give them oxygen’—it prevents the hate from festering

Opinion: A reformed white supremacist on how responsible reporting and informed conversation is important if we want to meaningfully tackle hateful acts

The term ‘alt-right’ has become a cudgel against conservatives

Opinion: Liberal partisans, in particular, have deployed ‘alt-right’ as a slur—an act of stifling debate on knotty issues from the folks that brought you ‘sunny ways’

When politicians want to Make Canada Great Again, what are we supposed to say?

Opinion: Anti-immigrant rhetoric is part of Canada’s history—and since glories of the past have inspired alt-right movements, that thinking needs to be called out when it’s seen

The lessons Canada should learn from Britain’s anti-immigrant politics

Opinion: Canada is seen as a global beacon on immigration. But Justin Trudeau would be wise to look for the warning signs that Britain ignored before Brexit

Neo-Nazis are no joke—they just want you to think they are

A style guide for a neo-Nazi publication reveals what should be obvious, writes Tabatha Southey: darkness lurks behind their self-parodying ‘humour’

What really happened at Wilfrid Laurier University

Inside Lindsay Shepherd’s heroic, insulting, brave, destructive, possibly naïve fight for free speech

Is Jordan Peterson the stupid man’s smart person?

Tabatha Southey delves into University of Toronto professor Jordan Peterson’s work and finds his secret sauce—and what makes his work unnerving

Salman Rushdie

Salman Rushdie says Donald Trump is “demolishing reality”

The U.S. president, says Rushdie, is “crazy like a fox,” which has made his attacks on the concept of objective truth so effective

How Donald Trump is poisoning conservative politics

Evan Solomon: An extreme off-shoot needs to be excised from the conservative movement. If the U.S. president won’t draw the line, who will?

The false equivalency of the criticism of the ‘alt-left’

Opinion: Donald Trump believes that in Charlottesville, there was ‘blame on both sides.’ Except the sides aren’t on the same moral plane.

This is the real Donald Trump, loud and clear

Anne Kingston: Trump’s messaging is now so brazen that dog whistles are redundant. The signals are increasingly plain for all to see.