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Watch live: Montreal May Day coverage en direct from CUTV

Tune in live to CUTV (Concordia University TV) in Montreal as they report on May Day actions, and the ongoing struggle for the future of education in Quebec. NOTE: If the channel below is not streaming, watch the livestream at: http://www.cutvmontreal.ca/live

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Vanishing Montreal

April 27, 2012
| A southwest Montreal blogger's website called Vanishing Montreal is documenting a recent string of building demolitions, posting photographs of what he calls "the changing face of St-Henri."
Length: 19:53

Earth Day actions take on Harper and Big Oil

Earth Day vs. Harper and Big Oil (Photo: Dylan Penner)
Earth Day: A historic crowd of 250,000 marched in Montreal, while in Vancouver thousands opposed tar sands pipelines.

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Citizen Lambert goes to city hall

April 20, 2012
| Montreal heritage preservation advocate Phyllis Lambert, the "Joan of architecture," takes her fight to save Griffintown and the Lower Main to Montreal city hall.
Length: 31:46
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Saving Montreal's Main

April 13, 2012
| As bulldozers move in to demolish a remaining strip of the city's once notorious red light district, further up Montreal's Main, the Plateau borough council has forced a building to be restored.
Length: 16:24
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Montreal's threatened heritage

April 6, 2012
| A weekly urban issue/affairs update for Montreal's CKUT 90.3 FM Friday Morning After.
Length: 22:29
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jhr reports: Canada's mining watchdog

March 16, 2012
| As civil society actors meet on Parliament Hill in Ottawa today for a human rights conference, jhr Montreal correspondent Adam Bemma speaks to Jen Moore from MiningWatch Canada.
Length: 10:47
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jhr reports: Tadamon! on calls for boycott, divestment and sanctions

February 24, 2012
| jhr Montreal correspondent Adam Bemma sits down with Claire Hurtig from Tadamon! -- a Montreal-based collective working in solidarity with the Palestinian struggle for self-determination.
Length: 12:56 minutes (5.93 MB)
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jhr reports: Syria Awareness Day

February 18, 2012
| jhr Montreal correspondent Patricia Vazquez Lopez reports on Syria Awareness Day in Montreal, where Syrians organized an event to condemn the regime and raise awareness.
Length: 03:02 minutes (1.44 MB)

Criminal charges against Montrealer who filmed undercover police at Montreal G20 protest to be heard in court

Montreal -- The trial of a Montreal man who was arrested after taking photos of undercover police will be heard in court later this week. Scott Weinstein was arrested on July 1, 2010, during a Montreal march denouncing mass arrests at the Toronto G20 protests. Julius Grey will appear for the defence in what promises to be an important political trial.

Weinstein left the march to take a video of a group of undercover police officers, who were described as "scary-looking" by another videographer. The undercover officers had earlier attempted to enter the march, only to be repulsed by watchful activists concerned about potential violence by police provocateurs. When Weinstein approached the undercovers, they were walking as a group in a street parallel to the march.

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