Call by the Committees for Territorial Defence and Decolonisation.
Last summer, a barricade stopped gas extraction by the petroleum company Junex at the Galt site, near Gaspé in Quebec. Ever since, the River Camp, established not far from the blockade, continues to keep watch over the territory. We are asking you to join the camp and make it vibrant. The takeover of this region by oil companies and its destruction are not a fatality. Only a sustained presence can put an end to the destruction of the rivers, forests, and all forms of life. Defeating the dispossession of the region’s inhabitants and the pillaging of unceded and unconquered Mi’kmaq territory is possible.
Continue reading #Quebec: Call to Join the River Camp
An interview with an anti-fascist based in Montreal.
Continue reading From Embers: Anti-Fascism in #Quebec
Canada: In 2016 the federal government announced the construction of a new migrant detention center in Laval. This prison, which is anticipated to hold up to 158 undocumented migrants, is intended to be built on Correctional Service of Canada grounds, right beside Leclerc prison, and is slated to open in 2021.
Continue reading #Laval #Canada: Against borders, against prisons. Stop the Laval migrant prison
Canada: Refugees Welcome Caravan Wraps Up 3 Days of Outreach in Border Region from Coaticook to Huntingdon. 29 June to 1 July 2018.
Continue reading #NoBorders: Multiple Crossing Sites Marked to Help Migrants Cross from US to Canada
Montreal: The leader of La Meute – Sylvain « Maikan » Brouillette – promised “the best demo in its history”. It was a monumental fiasco.
Continue reading #Antifa #Montreal: A Historic Failure for La Meute fascists
From Embers is a regular anarchist podcast produced in Kingston Ontario. We produce a few episodes a month about actions and projects going on in so-called Canada that inspire us, or about topics that we think will be relevant to anarchists living north of the border. This month, we’ve created four original episodes.
Continue reading #Ontario – From Embers: New Content in June 2018
Hamilton, Ontario: With The Tower about to reopen at its new location, it seems like a good moment to take stock of our situation. The weight of repression in Hamilton has not gotten any lighter, but we have gotten more used to and maybe even more skilled at carrying it. That said, it’s too soon to say the storm has passed and we face challenging times ahead. As we navigate these next days, weeks, and months, there are a couple of things worth keeping in mind to help us all stay safe.
Continue reading #Hamilton: Keeping our Guard Up and Moving Ahead
On July 1, hate groups like La Meute and Storm Alliance have announced a demonstration in Montreal against illegal immigration. Not a good move, because we do not like racists and we do not like July 1st, the colonial Canada Day.
Continue reading #Antifa #Montreal – Welcome to Hell: Call to Action June 30 and July 1
8 June 2018, so-called Quebec. Faced with the hideous deployment of the security apparatus put in place during the G7, we decided to organize among friends and block the Dufferin-Montmorency expressway ourselves.
Continue reading #G7: Statement of the Popular Expression Zone
This new zine published in Kingston, Ontario discusses both the challenges and advantages of being an anarchist in smaller places.
Continue reading New Zine: Anarchy In A Small Pond