Southern Ontario NYE Noise Demos

From It's Going Down For the eighth consecutive year, anarchists in Southern Ontario gathered to ring in the new year with a series of noise demos outside prisons in the area. We do this to demonstrate our opposition to the prison system and the world that maintains it, and to remind those on the inside that they are not forgotten. We started our night off at ... Read More

Prison Radio Show – The Saskatchewan Penitentiary Riot

From Prison Radio Show Download and Listen Here This show featured news and a pre-recorded interview from Kingston’s Prison Radio with Sherri from Saskachewan about the December 14th riot in Saskachewan Pen in Prince Albert. We also had a live phone interview with Claude Marks, a former political prisoner and organizer with the Freedom Archives project. We talked to Claude about political ... Read More

Call for a week of actions by the COBP

For over a decade, the COBP, through the International Day Against Police Brutality, has been denouncing police-related phenomena such as social cleansing, police militarisation, impunity, social/racial/political profiling, and the authoritarian turn. More and more, despite reports of such things carried out by police, nothing significant seems to change. However, more and more people are engaging in some alternatives to the protests; affinity and allied groups organise themselves, shared ... Read More

Setting a fire under a Cancer moon

Anonymous submission to MTL Counter-info On the icy morning of Friday the 13th, we awoke at dawn to venture into the winds and cold, where we were met by the beautiful full moon in Cancer setting towards the horizon, as a hazy sun rose in the east. Together, we blocked the morning's rush hour traffic headed downtown along Notre-Dame Est in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, with discarded ... Read More

Prison, solidarity and isolation on New Years

Anonymous submission to MTL Counter-info On the night of December 31, a small group of people went to the Joliette federal prison for women, with a banner, casseroles (pots and pans) and fireworks, in order to continue the tradition of celebrating New Years with those locked up behind the walls of the State. When we arrived, two women inmates were in the yard of the prison, and asked ... Read More

150, 375: rebels come alive!

Anonymous submission to MTL Counter-info This year, Canada is celebrating its 150th year of colonial existence, and Montreal its 375th. Throughout the next year, we're going to be celebrating the histories of resistance to the colonial project of Canada, by continuing to bring them into our struggles in the present. This is a call for anarchists across the territory of so-called Canada, and everyone ... Read More

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