On February 24th, the OPP raided the camp at Wynam Road, established in Tyendinaga Mohawk territory in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs.
On Saturday Feb 15th, around 50 people snuck onto some train tracks in Vaughan, Ontario (just north of Toronto) and shut down the second biggest rail yard in Canada. They were soon joined by a large crowd of supporters who helped hold down the blockade for the rest of the day.
In the week following the RCMP invasion of Wet’suwet’en territories supporters have risen up and #ShutDownCanada. Some of the most effective solidarity actions have come in the form of rail blockades that have paralyzed the national economy.
In the days following the RCMP invasion of Wet’suwet’en territories and arrest of Unist’ot’en matriarchs, solidarity actions have spread all across so-called Canada.
Blockade of Montreal rush hour traffic in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en Land Defenders.
A short report on the recent uprisings in Chile, which started as a protest against a fare hike and have since grown into a full-blown uprising.
Over the last week, riots have erupted in San Juan, Boriken (Puerto Rico). After government corruption and conversations leaked to the public, people have taken their rage to the Governor’s mansion and fought it out in the streets with the police.
Queer anarchists in Hamilton, facing a spike in homophobic and transphobic attacks and an ongoing wave of state repression called for a day of actions on June 28th to demand the release of their imprisoned comrade, Cedar. And around the world, queers responded.
Queers in Hamilton rally to demand the release of one of their comrades in the aftermath of a clash at this year’s Pride celebrations.