Kicked off Facebook, Canadian far-right groups resurface on the internet's fringes - 2020-02-03

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F0.png Kicked off Facebook, Canadian far-right groups resurface on the internet's fringes February 3, 2020, Stewart Bell, Global News

On the social networking service VK, the Canadian Nationalist Front calls for a ban on "third world immigration," Blood & Honour envisions "white victory" and photos show the Soldiers of Odin meeting in Calgary.

Canadian far-right groups purged from mainstream social media sites last year have found a new home on less discerning online platforms willing to host them and their racist views.

Although a crackdown that followed the March 15 attack on New Zealand mosques saw them purged from Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, they have resurfaced on Russia's VK, Gab and Canund.

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{{cite news | first = Stewart | last = Bell | title = Kicked off Facebook, Canadian far-right groups resurface on the internet's fringes | url = https://globalnews.ca/news/6490848/canadian-far-right-groups-internet-fringes/ | work = Global News | date = February 3, 2020 | accessdate = February 4, 2020 }}