On October 27th, 11 Jews were murdered at a Pittsburgh synagogue. This atrocity was the deadliest act of antisemitism in North America's history.
The perpetrator had been heavily active in promoting antisemitic conspiracy theories online. He even wrote a post announcing his dark intentions hours before the attack.
This is just one example of how online hate can fuel and foreshadow offline violence. While most Canadians reject antisemitism and all forms of bigotry, Canada is not immune from online hate - which knows no borders.
This is why we are calling for the Government of Canada to launch a national strategy to combat online hate. We can preserve free speech while protecting Canadians from those who deliberately promote hostility - and even glorify violence - against entire communities.
Email the Justice Minister to encourage her to take action.
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