An Edmonton man who was part of a group of white supremacists who hurled racist slurs, sang Nazi songs and assaulted people along Whyte Avenue has avoided jail.
Shawn MacDonald brushes past masked anti-Nazi protesters Friday on his way to a court appearance in connection with assault charges. (CBC)
VANCOUVER - Mounties say they've put a dent in organized hate in British Columbia after arresting two alleged neo-Nazis for several racist, violent attacks, but an expert says there's still more work needed to stem white pride sentiments in the province.
The two men are accused of belonging to the B.C.-faction of the white supremacist group Blood and Honour, which has tentacles around the world. Their crimes, police say, occurred in Vancouver and date back to 2008.