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#ShutDownCanada: Blockade at St-Pascal, #Kamouraska

Saint Pascal. Quebec. Today, Sunday the 16th of February, at 11am, around 20 people gathered at the train station in St-Pascal du Kamouraska.

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#Montreal: A March in Solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en Pays a Visit to the #RCMP’s #Quebec Headquarters

Montreal. Quebec. A bit over a hundred people marched through downtown Montreal Thursday night, to show their solidarity with the inhabitants of Wet’suwet’en territory currently facing violence and harrassment from the colonial Canadian state and its police force, the RCMP. Demonstrators marched in the streets of Montreal toward the RCMP offices behind a banner reading “RCMP OFF WET’SUWET’EN LAND”.

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Critical Reflections & Materials to Distribute at Wet’suwet’en Solidarity Events

Currently people are shutting down Canada, ports, rails, highways, hell the hashtag’s even trending on twitter. As anarchists we are seeing large parts of the population engage with anti-colonial and anti-capitalist movements. This engagement as our own has been in the past is tricky, and requires critical reflection.

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#Montreal, #Quebec: The Federal Minister of Justice Targeted in Response to the RCMP Invasion of Wet’suwet’en Territory

Montreal. Quebec. The Canadian state isn’t invulnerable. As Canada sends an army into Wet’suwet’en territory to try to force through the Coastal GasLink pipeline, it’s time to find the weak points of this country’s economic and political power, and attack.

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[Video] Autoroute 720 Exit Blocked in #Montreal in Support of the Wet’suwet’en

Quebec. Montreal. In the middle of rush hour, Thursday morning (January 30), about fifty people blocked an exit of Autoroute 720 in downtown Montreal, in solidarity with indigenous Wet’suwet’en people struggling against the construction of a pipeline on their unceded territory. Barricades were lit on fire at the corner of St-Marc and René-Levesque in order to block car traffic. A #WetsuwetenStrong banner was hung from highway signage to express solidarity with indigenous sovereignties.

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Disruption of Port of #Montreal during Rush Hour in Solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en Fighting Coastal GasLink (video)

Quebec. This morning (January 16, 2020) around 7:30am, about sixty people enraged by the invasion of Wet’suwet’en land by Coastal GasLink and the RCMP gathered in the east of Montreal. They blocked the intersection of Pie-IX Boulevard and Notre-Dame Street East in the middle of rush hour, in order to disrupt access to the Port of Montreal as well as downtown via Autoroute 720.

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#Montreal Macdonald Monument vandalized with paint, in solidarity with anti-pipeline Indigenous Land Defenders

January 16, 2020, Tiohtiá:ke/Montreal — Earlier this morning, a small group of anti-colonial artists attacked the Macdonald Monument in Montreal with blue paint, marking at least the 12th time in the past three years that the statue has been attacked in such a fashion, with clear anti-racist, anti-colonial motivations.

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#Quebec: #Sherbrooke Against the World and Its Prison

Statement by Réseau Autonome de Sherbrooke -Le-Bol ! (Autonomous Network of Sherbrooke – Enough!)

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#Montreal: Don’t Call the Cops!

In the early morning of Monday June 10th, the Montreal police shot a man. A neighbour was having a crisis. Instead of doing anything helpful, they harassed him for hours. They had guns pointed at his head. They finally shot him in the leg through hs own apartment door early monday morning. On Sunday June 17th anarchists in the St-Henri neighbourhood of Montreal put up posters reminding our neighbours to think twice before calling the cops.

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Canadian Territory: Seeds Against the New Migrant Prison in #Laval

As we all know, the Canadian government decided to invest more than 56$ million into locking up hundreds of people in a brand-new prison in Laval, slated to open in 2021. On June 7th, we decided to take back this site of suffering and grief and transform it into a place of life and hope.

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