As of approximately 9am on Monday January 14th, a group entered & shut down a TransCanada (Now TC-Energy) facility in what is Dish with One Spoon Territory, known as Hamilton, ON.Continue reading #Hamilton: Shutdown at TransCanada Facility in Solidarity with #Wetsuweten Peoples
The end of 2018 marks the 10th year that anarchists in Hamilton have been doing prisoner solidarity demos. Shit, eh? It’s tradition for folks to travel to another city, usually to a prison that a friend is being held captive at, then return home to end the night at Barton Street Jail. This year folks decided to go to Vanier Center for Women, because 9 years later… our dear pal Cedar is inside.Continue reading Report back from the 10th annual prisoner solidarity demo in #Hamilton (and #Milton!) #Ontario
Cedar has been transferred from Barton Jail in Hamilton to Vanier Centre for Women in Milton where they will serve the duration of their sentence.Continue reading Anarchist prisoners in #Ontario: Cedar transferred from #Hamilton to #Milton
From Embers presents a special two-part feature on the Locke Street Affair in Hamilton, Ontario. We sat down and interviewed a defendant in the case who will be in jail when this episode is released.Continue reading From Embers: The Locke Street Affair in #Hamilton, #Ontario
Hamilton: On November 29th 2018, those facing charges in relation to the so-called “Locke St. Riot” accepted a non-cooperating plea deal.
On October 20th, 2018 around 1am, cops showed up to a call at an apartment above a King St. Shop in Hamilton, Ontario. Inside they found Robyn Garlow, 30yo mother of one, with a knife. They electrocuted her with a taser and, as she was falling to the ground, shot her four fucking times.
Statement by Hamilton IWW about the Hamilton reclaim your pay campaign.
As the Stoney Creek Towers rent strike enters its sixth month, CLV is starting to lose it!
He was here – on and off – for about 2 years, first appearing in the Summer of 2016.
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.