Issue Page


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Brent Patterson | Billions of dollars have been wasted over the years on two-day G20 summits. The coronavirus pandemic shows they can be held practically for free.
Krystalline Kraus | After the G20 protests in Toronto and the ensuing lawsuits, the Toronto police have promised to use kettling as a technique of crowd control. But that doesn't mean activists are 100% safe.
Krystalline Kraus | Please forgive us for the fact that Occupy wasn't always dainty or clean. We had dedicated people do the necessary logistics and fundraising, the media tent was busy and we all OccuTried our best.
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Krystalline Kraus | While the G20 Summit occurred in 2010, the issue still is not settled more than five years later.
Activist Toolkit
| Allies and community, let's keep the momentum going!
Krystalline Kraus | The officer who ordered kettling and mass detention during the 2010 summit was found guilty of misconduct, but only loses 30 days' pay as punishment.
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Stephen Price-Thomas | The G20 summit yields more hopeful results than the last six meetings. Now it's time to look for the actions that should follow.
Krystalline Kraus | A police disciplinary hearing ruled that Superintendent Mark Fenton's "decision to order mass arrests demonstrated a lack of understanding of the right to protest."
Rebel Sage | NDP MP Andrew Cash addressed the crowd at the May 30 Stop C-51 rally in Toronto.
Book Review
Sarah Hipworth | Author Lesley Wood sheds light on the dynamics of protest policing and how these will be affected with legislation like Bill C-51.
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Scott Vrooman | An attempt to moisten the dry topic of investor-state dispute settlement.
Lesley J. Wood | Is the militarization of police in Canada a concern? Canadian police say no. The history of Canadian police says maybe.