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Our latest episode features an interview with an anarchist in Montreal about the struggle to defend the in Montreal from logistical developments. Check it out!


This week on, police with the RCMP push into territory, only to face resistance, as solidarity actions grow; tenants in get organized; forest defense continues as injunction is reinstated at + more!


Deep dive into the effectiveness of rail blockades, the massive impact had on the Canadian economy, and the history of colonial expansionism via railroads, and why the state has always known this is an enormous weak point of its system.


1/ “You can’t push the Wet’suwet’en around!” and “This is Chief Woos’ territory!” can be heard as our relatives send the RCMP retreating from their daily harassment patrol at Coyote Camp.


St-Édouard-de-Maskinongé, le 15 octobre 2021, un groupe d’allochtones a bloqué le chemin de fer du CN reliant Montréal à l’Abitibi et au Saguenay–Lac-St-Jean pendant un peu plus d’une heure.


English translation:

St-Édouard-de-Maskinongé, on October 15, 2021 a group of non-Natives blocked a CN railway connecting Montreal to Abitbi and Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean for more than an hour.

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