Canadian Association for Free Expression

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The Canadian Association for Free Expression (CAFE) is a Canadian organization led by White nationalist Paul Fromm. Established in 1981, CAFE is committed to the promotion and defense of total freedom of speech, and publishes the Free Speech Monitor ten times a year.

CAFE has criticized what it considers injustices against White people in Canada, and has argued that Canadian laws do not robustly defend the free speech of whites, and are too weighted in favour of minorities.

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