Montreal. Quebec. More than 50 people blockaded five parallel rail lines outside a CN rail yard in Point Saint Charles, Montreal for more than an hour and a half this Saturday, October 9th. We were there to support the Wet’suwet’en fight to defend their territory against the Coastal GasLink pipeline. There were two banners, one saying “#AllOutForWedzinKwa 1312” and the other “All Out For Wet’suwet’en #ShutDownCanada”. Multiple trains were stopped and some rerouted, and some still seemed be sitting idle on the tracks for at least an hour after the blockade ended. Maybe because of a backlog, or an inspection of the tracks.Continue reading Rail Lines Blockaded in Solidarity with Gidimt’en Week of Action [Montreal]
Montreal. QC. In the early morning of September 30th, the first ever National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, we dropped a banner in solidarity with the Gidimt’en Camp. Our banner read “Shut Down Canada ’21 #CGLOffTheYintah”.Continue reading Banner Drop in Solidarity with Gidimt’en [Montreal]
Montreal. Quebec. Another big protest for climate, what’s the point?Continue reading Montreal: Call for an Anticapitalist Contingent at the Global Climate Strike March of September 24th￼
Montreal. Quebec. In the summer of 2020, three high schoolers – Bogdan Andreev, Denis Mikhaylenko, and Nikita Uvarov, all 14 years old – were arrested in the city of Kansk in the Krasnoyarsk region of Siberia, within the claimed borders of the Russian state.Continue reading Solidarity with Anarchist Prisoners, Free Them All!
Montreal. QC. This May Day, Montreal’s annual anti-capitalist demonstration organized by the CLAC gathered in Jarry Park under the theme “No old normal, no new normal”. It was a sunny late afternoon, and the energy was high amid the banners and black flags as the demo began to snake through the residential streets of Villeray.Continue reading Leaving the SPVM Behind to Attack a High-Tech Hub: A Promising Anti-Capitalist May Day [Montreal, Quebec]
Montreal. Quebec. Thank you all for attending last night’s protest! Many hundreds of us took to the streets to denounce the imposition of a curfew, a measure that is an attack on our freedom and on our relations and aspirations of solidarity.Continue reading Montreal, Quebec: Report-back from the Protest Against the Curfew of April 18th
Statement by the Montréal Counter-info collective. They are back online!Continue reading Montréal Counter-info is Back
Montreal. Quebec. May Day call by Convergence des luttes anticapitalistes.Continue reading Montreal, May Day 2021: We don’t want this world they are trying to sell us!
Delhi-Dublin Anti-Colonial Solidarity Brigade declares: End the monarchy in Canada; end monarchies everywhere!
March 17, 2021, Montreal — The Delhi-Dublin Anti-Colonial Solidarity Brigade re-united in Montreal last night on an anti-colonial Saint-Patrick’s Day. They defied curfew to again vandalize the landmark bronze statue to Queen Victoria — unveiled in 1900 and located on Sherbrooke Street at McGill University — this time in red paint.Continue reading Montreal: Queen Victoria Statue Vandalized with Red Paint After Curfew on Saint-Patrick’s Day
Montreal. QC. March 15. 2021. Tonight was the 25th annual protest against police brutality. 25 years of marching, 25 years of systematic repression against it, like an annual tradition of bad taste. For this important anniversary the SPVM decided to let the march go on but with a very tight supervision; many police officers pushed people who did not follow their rules.Continue reading Communiqué of the COBP : 25th Annual International Day Against Police Brutality [Montreal, Quebec]