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News
Feb 8, 2012

Defence lawyer reflects on the G20 conspiracy case

Peter Rosenthal
Among the many things we'll never know in the aftermath of the Toronto G20 is how a political defence would have affected the trial of those charged in "the main conspiracy" case.
Blog
Jan 16, 2012

Mandy Hiscocks: My statement to the court

Mandy Hiscocks
On Friday, Jan. 13, Mandy Hiscocks was sentenced to 16 months in prison for her participation in G20 protest organizing. During the sentencing hearing, she made this statement to the court.
Book Review
Jan 12, 2012
Whose Streets

Whose Streets? Reliving the G20 from a safe distance

Krystalline Kraus
Featuring reflections from activists who helped organize the mobilizations, demonstrators and passersby, Whose Streets offers insight on how local organizing and global activism can come together.
Book Review
Jun 26, 2011

Stuff white people smash

Dave Mitchell
Black Bloc, White Riot addresses all of the anti-globalization movement's defining debates -- diversity of tactics vs. non-violence, summit hopping vs. local organizing, direct vs. mass action.
News
Jun 24, 2011

G20 one year on: Our streets are still on fire

Ontario Coalition Against Poverty
No One is Illegal - Toronto
We supported the week of protests against the G20 in June 2010 because we refused to be silenced, and just as before the G20 came to Toronto, we remain committed to fight back, mobilize, and organize.
Blog
Jun 24, 2011

Canada's G20 legacy: How to do everything wrong

Gerry Caplan
This is the first anniversary of the weekend from hell when Canada hosted the G8 and G20 summits. On a variety of fronts we became a role model other nations will study for years to come.
Blog
Jun 24, 2011

One year later, remembering the G20

rabble staff
One year after the Toronto G20 protests the gross excess of police intimidations, interrogations and arrests are hardly a distant memory for activists.
News
Apr 30, 2011

The Jaggi Singh trial from inside the courtroom

Carmelle Wolfson
Carmelle Wolfson was in court as activist Jaggi Singh pleaded guilty to 'counselling to commit mischief ' by calling for the G20 fence in Toronto to be torn down. Guilt lies elsewhere, she believes.
News
Apr 4, 2011
Last summer's G20 gave police extra overtime and brutality experience in Toronto. Photo: Ty Snadden/tysnaden.com

Canada: Elections 2011 and criminalization of dissent

Stefan Christoff
Reflecting on the realities of a potential Conservative majority, it is critical to consider the systemic actions, undertaken by a Conservative minority parliament, to silence dissent in Canada.

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