Canadian anti-racism and civil liberties organisations have urged Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to establish a national action plan to dismantle 300 far-right and white supremacist groups operating in Canada. Al Jazeera reports that the open letter, published on Monday by the National Council of Canadian Muslims and signed by Amnesty International and the Canadian Anti-Hate Network, among others, following the murder of Mohamed-Aslim Zafis outside of a Toronto mosque on September 12 says the attack did not happen in isolation and that “Canadians, whether from Indigenous, Black, Muslim, Jewish, Sikh, Christian or other faith and racialised communities have faced attacks”. In June 2019, Canada for the first time added right-wing groups to its list of outlawed “terrorist entities” but the letter calls for much more to be done.