On the night of Monday, April 11, a demonstration in Montreal in response to the second police killing in under two weeks attacked the SPVM. Sandy Tarzan Michel, an Anishinabe man, was murdered by police on the anishnabeg reserve in Lac Simon, Quebec, last Wednesday, April 6. Police shot him several times after running him over with a police cruiser. Sandy’s nineteen year-old brother was also assassinated by police in Lac-Simon in 2009.
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According to Western Canadian Timber Products, Ltd, one of their 290 Hitachi Log Loaders was sabotaged near Mission, British Columbia, outside of Vancouver.
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April 2016, Montreal cops murdered Jean-Pierre Bony by shooting him with bullet to the head, for allegedly fleeing a drug raid.
Jean-Pierre was unarmed. His community took to the streets to express their rage. People attacked a police station and set several vehicles aflame.
Later that week, police in the indigenous community of Lac-Simon murdered Sandy Michel, a 25 year old man, whose brother was also killed by cops.Last night, people in Montreal protested this latest killing. Montreal police attacked the crowd with tear gas and assaulted protesters.
- Entrance of McGill University (corner of Sherbrooke and McGill College, McGill metro station)
- Square Phillips (corner of Ste-Catherine and Union, McGill metro station)
THIS YEAR AGAIN, THIS IS A CALL FOR ECONOMIC DISTURBANCE IN DOWNTOWN MONTREAL, NAMED BY THE BOURGEOIS THEMSELVES AS THE NEW “GOLDEN SQUARE MILE”, ESPECIALLY THE PERIMETER FORMED BY THE SHERBROOKE, RENÉ-LÉVESQUE, PEEL AND UNION STREETS.
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A car dealership near Côtes-des-Neiges was attacked using incendiary devices causing damage to luxury vehicles in the honor of the courageous imprisoned comrades of the Conspiracy Cells of Fire and of Revolutionary Struggle.
Solidarity means attack.
Long live anarchy.
A thousand years to the Black International
Another shitty, rainy day in the post-industrial, gentrified shit-hole city of Vancouver.
About 25 or so random people gather at the south-east corner if Dunsmuir and Granville. Confusion and apprehension dominates the mood. The large group that said on social media they would be gathered to confront Augustus Sol Invictus and his group of supporters failed to materialize. Augustus’ inability to get across the border, the cancellation of his “free speech rally”, the rain and “because Vancouver” are all possible explanations.
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Earlier today, at 6 pm, a few friends attacked an SPVM cruiser parked outside of Charlevoix metro in the Montreal neighborhood of Pointe-Saint-Charles by slashing the tires and breaking the windows.
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Last night, we destroyed the windows of Antidote, Mâle Bouffe, Electric Children (which was also sprayed with paint), and attacked the businesses of the Place Valois. This morning, flyers were thrown in the metro stations Préfontaine, Joliette and Pie-IX and at the Place Valois explaining the attacks of the night before.
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Raised in Hamilton, Ontario, Kim is an anarchist, political organizer, local shit- disturber, and all around solid human being. An indispensible member of the community, he’s been involved in everything from anti-police struggles to workplace organizing, from anarchist publishing to anti-racism work and so much more.
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(Caméra corporelle en service aux USA)
Tandis qu’aux États-Unis 95% des 70s plus grands corps policiers municipaux du pays a décidé de doter leurs agents de ces appareils pour enregistrer leurs interventions, la Ville de Montréal mène actuellement un appel d’information auprès des fournisseurs de caméras corporelles. Les entreprises avaient jusqu’à la semaine dernière pour répondre à une soixantaine de questions que la métropole se pose au sujet de cette nouvelle technologie. La métropole veut également faire l’essai des appareils pour les tester pendant un mois en laboratoire puis mener un projet-pilote sur le terrain en équipant jusqu’à 50 agents de caméras corporelles. Une consultation publique doit avoir lieu à la fin de cette période d’essai, soit à l’automne 2016. Montréal veut évaluer l’achat de 3000 caméras corporelles.
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