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#Toronto: Report-back from September 8 Anti-fascist Action

On September 8, the racist far-right group PEGIDA and their friends the Proud Boys, Soldiers of Odin, Northern Guard, and Canadian Combat Coalition got together for one of their now regular meetups and public displays of racism and Islamophobia. This time, it seemed they were particularly interested in using the upcoming anniversary of 9/11 to forward their anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant message. This is one individual’s report back on the day; ARC also has a good timeline and photos.

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#Antifa #Toronto: Who Protects The Nazis?

In Toronto at least, it’s abundantly clear that the police protect the nazis.  This has been apparent at several heavily-policed events over the last two years there and is becoming so extreme that it’s hard to tell if the people harassing and assaulting antifa counter-protestors at rallies held by Islamophobes and bigots are the nazi rally participants or the kkkops in the Toronto Police Service.

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All Out Against Fascism: #Toronto anti-PEGIDA rally

Call by the Toronto General Defense Committee (GDC) and Toronto Against Fascism to oppose the far-Right and Islamophobic group, PEGIDA.

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#Toronto: Posters Naming Brutal Cops Up for March 15th

Toronto: As part of the International Day Against Police Brutality (March 15th), members of the community put up posters around major intersections university campuses in the downtown area last night.

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#Canada: Indigenous Activists Disrupt PDAC2017 Mining Conference in #Toronto

On the first day of PDAC’s 2017 gathering, March 5, a small group of Indigenous activists and allies unveiled a banner at the booth of Denison Mines, a uranium company with a shared responsibility for the devastation of the Serpent River watershed (Anishinaabe / Ojibway territory, northern Ontario).

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