St. Casimir Catholic Church Hit with Graffiti in East Vancouver, British Columbia

DATE OF OCCURANCE: November 12, 2018

As reported by The Georgia Straight, St. Casimir’s Polish Catholic Church in East Vancouver, British Columbia, was targeted by vandals. Huge block letters of the word, “Antifa” covered the Church daycare wall, along with the words, “Nazis raus” in German, as reported by CTV News. Poland celebrates its’ Independence on November 11, alongside Remembrance Day. Warsaw celebrated the event with a march, however, opposition groups made sure to boycott. The Vancouver Archbishop expressed his disappointment at the incident, stating that it is a, “disturbing example of hatred. . .” The Vancouver police have been made aware of the incident and are looking into the matter.