These stickers say 'Think Green, Buy Local.' Here's the extremist message they're really selling - 2020-03-07

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F94.png These stickers say 'Think Green, Buy Local.' Here's the extremist message they're really selling March 7, 2020, Omar Mosleh, Toronto Star

EDMONTON—The poster plastered on a Red Deer lamp post comes across as harmless at first glance: A symbol featuring the rising sun nestled behind the Rocky Mountains and three maple leaves, surrounded by two wheat stalks with the words "Think Green, Buy Local."

There is also a URL for a website that tells a very different story.

The website identifies ID Canada as "Canada's leading identitarian movement" and says it was created as a response to "Canada's decaying identity, increased third-world immigration and the prevalence of anti-European sentiments."

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{{cite news | first = Omar | last = Mosleh | title = These stickers say 'Think Green, Buy Local.' Here's the extremist message they're really selling | url = https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2020/03/07/these-stickers-say-think-green-buy-local-heres-the-extremist-message-theyre-really-selling.html | work = Toronto Star | date = March 7, 2020 | accessdate = March 7, 2020 }}