A few updates on Hatepedia...

Published November 11th, 2022

Hi there,

If this is your first visit on our website - welcome! If you've visited our site before, you might notice the site looks just a little bit different. Our team has been working hard these last few weeks to deliver new features which will help us in our mission to promote digital literacy to combat online hate.

Hatepedia is changing - and growing - fast!

  • Firstly, you might have noticed Canada's Hate Symbols List is no more. Don't worry, we're still moving forward with that project, under a different name: Hatepedia's Guide to Online Hate. This change enables us to expand the scope of the information we provide to include themes and slogans which go beyond purely visual symbols. In the coming weeks, we intend on tripling the number of entries in the Guide - stay tuned for an update in that regard.
  • Speaking of the Guide to Online Hate, its contents are now available en français!
  • A trial version of Canada's Hate Meme Database will soon be available for researchers, academics, journalists, and educators looking to get a keener understanding of online hate through first-hand analysis. To apply for access, please send us an email at
  • This is only the peak of the iceberg of our work for the last few months. Stay tuned for further updates, and as always - please reach out if you have any questions, or would like to set up a workshop with our team!

    Thank you,

    The OHREP Team

    Hatepedia was produced by the Online Hate Research and Education Project, which is an initiative of The Toronto Holocaust Museum. For more information, please visit our website or contact us at info [at]

    Hatepedia and OHREP have been made possible in part by the Government of Canada.

    Hatepedia et OHREP a été rendu possible en partie grâce au gouvernement du Canada.