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Vancouver Stanley Cup riots, 2011
A. Splawinski | A Vancouver-based theatre company is staging a musical based on the 2011 Stanley Cup riots.
Podcast
The F Word | Race, class, gender, policing,and citizenship in the Vancouver hockey riot.
News
Firefighters in Croydon, south London, try to put out a building set on fire by rioters. Photo: tgeasland/Flickr
David Harvey | Everyone, not just the rioters, should be held to account, with the richest abusers of our world and society being put on trial for crimes against humanity as well as for crimes against nature.
Blog
Brian Topp | The financial crisis -- so similar in its essentials around the world, triggered by neo-con recklessness and misrule, and the limitless greed of financiers and speculators -- needs to be addressed.
Book Review
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
Photo: Mark Donovan/Flickr
David Murphy | The Canadian foundations of the game were wholly abandoned, so much so that no Canadian team has been able to win the Stanley Cup since the 1990s -- so that is a bit to contend with.
Blog
Chris Shaw | VPD chief Jim Chu and Vancouver's Gregor Robertson are desperately trying to shift blame for the Stanley Cup riot away from their own culpability onto the backs of others.
Blog
Chris Shaw | Vancouver City Manager, Penny Ballem strategizes with Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson, Premier Christy Clark, and VPD Chief Jim Chu about how to manage the fallout from the Stanley Cup riot.
Blog
Sharon Fraser | This Stanley Cup series was accorded so much more importance than it should have been. The expectations -- on both the teams and the fans -- were far too high.
Blog
Tristan Markle | Vancouver's Stanley Cup riots were not carried out by a few bad apples, but were rather the logical conclusion of weeks of jingoism.
Blog
Archana Rampure | Sunday June 27, Canada woke up to saturation media coverage of police trying to reassert themselves as the dominant force in protest-ravaged Toronto.
News
Amnesty International | Peaceful protest suffers amidst heavy security measures and acts of vandalism, says those gathered at Amnesty's annual general meeting in Toronto.