Canadian racism, homegrown extremism also in focus in after Buffalo supermarket shooting

From Global News.

It may be an American tragedy, but the mass shooting in Buffalo, N.Y. is highlighting Canada’s own problems with domestic terrorism.

In 2017, a gunman opened fire inside a Quebec City mosque, killing six people. And then 11 people died in Toronto in 2018 in a van attack motivated by an incel ideology.

Abigail Bimman explains the state of hate in this country, how CSIS — the Canadian Security Intelligence Service — is trying to track domestic extremism, and the growing calls for Ottawa to do more.

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