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Wet’suwet’en territory: #ShutDownCanada Anti-Repression Posters Up

So-called Canada. A few shots taken a week or two after an experimental exercise in the quaint little picturesque mountain town of Smithers (glad to see most of the posters stayed up!). This little hamlet/colony happens to be located in one of two yintah’s (territories) of the Cas Yikh (Grizzly Bear) – part of the Gidumten Clan of the Wetsuweten – the other Cas Yikh yintah is where the Gidumt’en Checkpoint kicked of the “shutdowncanada” movement with two years of winter blockades.

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After a Winter of Blockades: Updates on criminal charges from #ShutDownCanada

So-called Canada. It’s been almost a year since the wave of blockades in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en land defenders known as Shut Down Canada. Since then, there has been no shortage of urgent issues, and public attention has moved on. However, for both those on the front lines and those still facing charges,  moving on has not been an option.

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Quebec: A Critique of Emergency Measures that Remove Freedom of Assembly

Quebec. Canada. A lot has changed in the past year. If you would have told me a year ago that the government would ban gatherings in private homes, and given police special powers to forcibly enter people’s homes without a warrant *, I would have assumed that you were a paranoid conspiracy kook. Yet such is the reality in 2021.

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Hamilton, Ontario: Banner Drop in Solidarity with Freedom Camp

Hamilton. ON. December 14. 2020. One week ago today, the 14 day occupation of Hamilton City Hall known as Freedom Camp came down voluntarily. For two weeks, Black and Brown youth organized the tent city and gathering place to demand a 50% reduction in the Hamilton Police budget and to have that money reallocated towards free housing for houseless folks who have been left out in the cold during a pandemic. Meals and shelter were provided to any houseless folks who came to find some help, until of course the city came in and ripped down all of their tents as is their disgusting mission these days. But those youth stayed strong and held out, helping folks come down from drugs in a gentle way, keeping people warm, and pressing the limits of what Sad Fred (the mayor) could handle. At one point, they even brought a coffin to his front yard.

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BC: Power Lines Feeding LNG Facility Sabotaged — A statement from a few who aim to shut down Canada

This is an anonymous submission to North Shore Counter-Info. north-shore.info is still having technical problems, and they are posting full texts directly to raddle in the meantime.

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Solidarity disruption and experimentation on the CP and AMT railroad in Tio’tia:ke / #Montreal in the evening of November 27th

Tio’tia:ke. Montreal. QC. Early in the evening of Friday November 27th, Canadian Pacific (merchandise) and AMT (commuter trains) traffic was interrupted as a response to the Coast to Coast call to Action* against the continued violent invasion of unceded Indigenous territory by militarized colonial police forces.

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You Blew it, Hewitt: Details of #Haldimand Mayor’s Financial Ties to Developers

Haldimand. Ontario. Under capitalism, it is money that often makes the election.

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#Barrie, #Ontario: Mi’kmaq Solidarity Rally

Barrie. Ontario. In response to the increasingly violent attacks against the Mi’kmaq by settler fishermen, dozens of people in “Barrie” converged at Meridian Place, downtown, on Saturday October 24th to stand in Solidarity.

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#Thorold, #Ontario: Migrant Worker Rally at #Niagara Detention Centre

Thorold. Ontario. On a hot Sunday on August 23rd, 2020 a modest group of anti-prison, migrant worker and labor activists gathered for a noise demo at the Niagara Detention Centre in Thorold, Ontario on a National day of Action organized by the Migrant Rights Network. This site was chosen because the Niagara Detention Centre is used to cage community members who are undocumented and seeking asylum.

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#Ontario: Details of Police Surveillance Targeting Wet’suwet’en Solidarity Organizing

So-called Canada. ON. North Shore Counter-Info has received legal documents that have not yet been made public containing details about recent investigations targeting anarchists in Southern Ontario who have been engaged with Wet’suwet’en solidarity organizing in 2019 and 2020. Many of these details confirm practices of surveillance that many suspect take place, but that aren’t usually taken seriously. This includes collaboration by big tech companies, tracking devices, and long periods of active surveillance.

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