Sorry, thought everyone knew.
Canary regularly publishes news stories minimising and denying antisemitism, as well as a proper doozy called "The Inconvenient Truths Which Prove It Is Not Anti Semitic To Compare Israel To Nazi Germany" - both anti-Semitic according to the IHRA definition.
Some more examples of minimisation: https://twitter.com/SFFakeNews/status/1105878919641735168
It promotes conspiracy theories which deny Bashar Al-Assad’s war crimes in Syria and Russia’s interference in the 2016 US presidential election: https://twitter.com/SFFakeNews/status/1130462945941610498
The Canary exploited the tragic suicide of a junior doctor for clicks and advertising revenue: https://twitter.com/SFFakeNews/status/1115297484820099074
Canary writer James Wright suggested the Equality and Human Rights Commission is controlled by “pro-Israel political agents”: https://twitter.com/SFFakeNews/status/1133650230367408128
Steve Topple, The Canary’s most prolific writer, has suggested that the Royal Family, IMF, and the media are all secretly Jewish: https://twitter.com/SFFakeNews/status/1111616704231157761
The site’s editor, Kerry-Anne Mendoza, was boycotted by the National Union of Journalists after she published reports attacking a Guardian reporter working in Nicaragua, despite warnings from the Committee to Protect Journalists regarding his safety: https://twitter.com/SFFakeNews/status/1109199973802000384
Also, in 2016 Labour member Bob Campbell was suspended after it emerged he had shared an image on Facebook of a rat with a Star of David on its back, captioned "The Real Plague". The Canary then did a piece saying this was not antisemitism but "criticism of Israel"
They're utter headbangers.