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Video: 'Party de rue' in Montreal rings in May Day

Filmmaker Mario Jean captures a 'party de rue' last night in Montreal, kicking off May Day festivites in style. 

 

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Smash the State Report: Apr. 12, 2013 - 1 - End Police-Prison Impunity

April 25, 2013
| Waterloo cops go over budget, get raises as reward. Updates from Montreal on police violence, repression + by-law P6. A G20 policing update + Justice 4 Levi + Free Lynn Stewart + Alex.
Length: 45:08 minutes (41.34 MB)
March 25, 2013 |
Montreal should see it in its best interests to pass the resolution against uranium mining that has been sent to municipalities by Mayor Gaëtan Ruest of Amqui, who is trained as an engineer.

Montreal police charge and disperse student protest

On Tuesday approximately 10,000 students and their supporters marched and rallied in Montreal to protest the PQ government's Education Summit and to advance the demand free tuition. This video -- with commentary in French -- captures several minutes of footage of Montreal police charging protest lines. 

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National Day of Remembrance and Action

On this day in 1989 fourteen women were murdered at Montreal's École Polytechnique.

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