Lennoxville. Quebec. Statement by QC Defendants on the Blockade defense charges.Continue reading Lennoxville, Quebec: Blockade Defense Charges dropped for all 15 Lennoxville QC Defendants!
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]
Laval. Quebec. Seven inmates of the Laval migrant prison are continuing the hunger strike they began on March 1, 2021. The strikers have launched a declaration to announce their strike, denounce their situation and demand their release.Continue reading Montreal: Declaration of the Inmates of the Laval Detention Centre – Seven prisoners on hunger strike
March 15, 2021: 25th annual demonstration against police brutality in Montreal.
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Montreal. QC. Photos & report back. Over 100 protesters gathered in east-end Montreal yesterday, to express opposition to the #curfew as well as to highlight measures to combat the pandemic rooted in solidarity and support for the most marginalized of society.Continue reading Montreal: Demonstration against COVID-19 curfew
Montreal. QC. January 9. 2021. Today at 8 p.m., for the first time in our history, a province-wide curfew will be put in place. After ten months of a health crisis, our government has once again opted for a police-based solution. With alarms, sirens and flashing lights, the police will announce the time of its reign every night, at least for the next month. This strategy of intimidation and fear implemented won’t be sufficient to camouflage the amateurism and ineffectiveness of the caquiste method of pandemic management.Continue reading Montreal: No Police-Based Solution to the Health Crisis!
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.Continue reading Quebec: A Critique of Emergency Measures that Remove Freedom of Assembly