Around 50 people arrived at the Laval Immigration Detention Centre shortly after 3am on Friday morning. Armed with banners, balloons, flowers, music, and love, they chained the gates and barred the exits, hoping to prevent Lucy’s deportation.
At 6am on March 20th, CBSA entered the home of Lucy Francineth Granados, a member of the Non Status Women’s Collective and ATTAP (Temporary Workers Association), and violently arrested her, injuring her arm. Since her arrest she has been detained at the Laval Immigration Detention Centre pending deportation.
Update from the Treaty Camp blocking Alton Gas in so-called Nova Scotia. Security guards hired by the company went to the camp and attempted to serve Mi’kmaq water protectors with verbal PPAs (trespassing warnings). People a the camp let them know that this is stolen land, and folks mobilized quickly in support of the water protectors.
March 19 “Burnaby Mountain, British Columbia, Canada” People blocked tree cutting equipment, slated to clear the way for Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion, that would bring oil from Alberta’s tar sands to the port of Vancouver. These actions were done by autonomous individuals unaffiliated with environmental ngo’s, currently engaged in a week of symbolic… Read more »
Anarchists clashed with cops during the 22nd annual march against police brutality in Montreal
A crew of anti-capitalists in Berlin were tired of yuppies turning their working class neighborhood of Wedding into some bougie “revitalized” area. So they set out in the night to let these fuckers know what’s up: housing is not a commodity!
Thousands of people are taking action after “Canada’s” criminal justice system acquitted two men of second degree murder charges in the separate cases of two Indigenous youth – Colten Bushie and Tina Fontaine. This has so far included the establishment of Soaring Eagle camps in Winnipeg/Treaty 1 territory and Calgary/Treaty 7 Territory. More actions are… Read more »
People all across Canada ahosted vigils and demos in solidarity with the Boushie family, and to demand justice for Colten.
Mi’kmaqs have been blocking a fracked gas storage project by Alton Gas that would pollute the Shubenacadie river.