Here’s two photos from the February 5 1938 edition of the Toronto Daily Star of a Quebec fascist who had just been acquitted of a charge of inciting students to riot.
Searches didn’t reveal too much about Dr. J. G. Lambert. Until earlier in the year, he had been a right-hand man of Adrien Arcand. Arcand was the head of the National Unity Party, which resulted from the merger of various provincial fascist parties, and he expelled Lambert from the party because of “insubordination”. Lambert then went ahead and formed his own fascist party.
I also discovered that Lambert’s medical practice was unorthodox: he believed that the eye was the mirror of the body, and that a close study of the eye would lead to an accurate diagnosis of any ailment.
I don’t know what happened to Lambert after this. Arcand’s National Unity Party was banned in 1940 and he was detained for the duration of the Second World War; after the war, he continued to try to put together various fascist organizations.