The Aryan Guard is an Alberta-based neo-Nazi group with members primarily located in the city of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It was founded in 2006 by founders Kyle McKee and Dallas Price  when they organized an online campeign to put out calls to fellow white nationalist. This group held their first meeting on March 21, 2007, a date widely known as the "United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination" that has also been declared “White Pride World Wide Day” by white supremacists. Members of the Aryan Guard have put up posters, handed out leaflets and responded to anti-racist rallies with their own protests . They hold regular meetings and continue to use the Internet to recruit and organize. Their numbers, judging by public appearances, have grown from approximately 15 in October 2007 to 40 in March 2008. The Aryan Guard uniform-shaved heads, jackboots, tattoos, swastika and SS T-shirts-is becoming a fairly common sight around Calgary. Their mandate is based on the “14 words,” a phrase coined by David Lane in the 1980s while he was serving a 190-year sentence for racketeering, conspiracy and the 1984 murder of journalist Alan Berg. The “14 words” read: “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for White children” . Although the group claims to be family-oriented and opposed to violence and illegal activities, a number of their members have been charged with various criminal activities, including its founder .