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Hate Crimes

People are sharing information and testimonies with each other, outside of official channels.
Premier John Horgan said it was important to prosecute hate crimes even if they're more difficult to prove.
Edmonton Police are investigating the attacks, which took place on Wednesday.
The number of radicalized organizations has tripled since 2015, experts say.
The first nine months of 2020 saw a sharp increase in hate crimes incidents over last year.
The Armed Forces are looking to take a proactive approach to hate instead of reacting to cases.
“It’s an alarming increase and I want to assure you that the department takes these things very seriously,” Insp. Dale Weidman said.
Police are investigating close to eight times the number of hate crimes against the Vancouver Asian community compared to this time last year.
Swastikas were painted on signs in New Brunswick and Quebec ridings.
We’re looking for stories from anyone who has recently experienced racist hate in Canada.