Faith Julia Goldy, also known as Faith Goldy-Bazos, is a Canadian political commentator, whose views have been described as far-right or alt-right, white nationalist, and white supremacist. She was a contributor to The Rebel Media and covered the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Her contract was terminated in 2017 after she appeared in an interview on The Daily Stormer, a neo-Nazi website. Goldy was a candidate in the 2018 Toronto mayoral election, finishing third with 3.4% of the vote. On April 8, 2019, Goldy was banned from Facebook, along with other white nationalists and hate groups.
|Born:||Faith Julia Goldy, June 08, 1989, Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Other names:||Faith Goldy-Bazos|
|Alma mater:||University of Western Ontario, Trinity College, Toronto (B.A.), University of Toronto (M.P.P.)|
|Known for:||Former reporter for The Rebel Media|
|Awards:||Gordon Cressy Student Leadership Award|
|Website:||Faith Goldy's Official site|
|Twitter:||Faith Goldy's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Faith Goldy's Instagram profile|
|Facebook:||Faith Goldy's Facebook profile|
|Youtube:||Faith Goldy's Youtube channel|
About Faith Goldy
Independent Canadian political commentator and journalist who formerly reported for The Rebel Media. She went on to run for mayor of Toronto in 2018 and finished third with 3.4% of the vote.
She earned a degree in politics and history from Trinity College at the University of Toronto.
She shares her thoughts with the alt-right on her YouTube channel which has earned 100,000 subscribers.
She's been based in Toronto, Ontario.
Information related to Faith Goldy
- Canadian white nationalists
- Antisemitism in Canada
- Canadian media personalities
- Canadian social commentators
- Members of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church from Canada
- Alt-right writers
- Catholicism and far-right politics
- Trinity College (Canada) alumni
- University of Western Ontario alumni