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Podcast
Oct 16, 2012

Transit police and free speech

Redeye
In August 2012, members of an activist group distributing their newspaper at a Skytrain station were arrested and had their material confiscated.
Podcast
Jun 14, 2012

Inquest into death of Michael Vann Hubbard

Redeye
In 2009, Vancouver police shot and killed a man staying at a homeless shelter. The inquest into his death heard the police officer involved did not have adequate training in mental health issues.
Blog
May 15, 2012

Gitxsan remain divided

Tyler McCreary
BC court considers ordering arrest of Gitxsan hereditary chiefs blockading the offices of the Gitxsan Treaty Society after they signed an agreement supporting Enbridge's Northern Gateway Pipeline..
News
Mar 23, 2012
Photo by Darren Ell (http://www.darrenell.com/). Protester plays violin as Montreal riot police advance at annual protest against police brutality in Montreal, 15/03/2012.

Police violence on the rise in Montreal

Stefan Christoff
From riot police violence against the growing Québec-wide student strike, to continued police killings in the city, Montreal police are facing a growing crisis in public confidence.
Podcast
Mar 23, 2012

All out against police brutality!

Aw@l
This show features an #ACAB Smash the State report looking at the International Day Against Police Brutality, including actions in Kitchener and Montreal.
Podcast
Mar 23, 2012
Redeye

Vancouver's police dog training needs major overhaul

Redeye
Police dogs in Vancouver injure an average of five people a month badly enough that they have to go to Emergency. Pivot Legal Society is bringing a lawsuit on behalf one of those bite victims.
Podcast
Mar 21, 2012

Conversation with Adam Lewis on prisons and police

Aw@l
An in-depth conversation with recently released AW@Ler Adam Lewis on prison and continuing the struggle. Plus, a full #ACAB report including an update from the Coalition Justice for Levi Schaffer.
Blog
Dec 27, 2011

Top 10 tools for Canadian activists

Steffanie Pinch
This countdown lists the most important tools for burgeoning activists, from Canadian activist history to guides that will shape your campaigns.
Blog
Nov 17, 2011

Hill Dispatches: Quebec fights back on guns

Karl Nerenberg
Quebec Government wants the feds to give it the gun data that was collected in Quebec. And if the feds refuse? "We'll see," Quebec minister says.
Podcast
Nov 6, 2011
Redeye

Zero tolerance policing

Redeye
Following the uprisings in London and other English cities, the U.K. government introduced plans to broaden the use of U.S. suppression models of policing including civil gang injunctions.
Podcast
Oct 4, 2011
Redeye

Update on Wall Street Occupation

Redeye
In New York City, Liberty Plaza has been peacefully occupied 24 hours a day for the last two weeks. Every day hundreds of people from all walks of life come to visit and participate.
News
Aug 10, 2011

London's burning: The panic of my city

Laurie Penny
London: Angry young people with nothing to do and little to lose turn on their own communities, and they cannot be stopped. In one of the greatest cities in the world, society is ripping itself apart.
RabbleTV
Jun 9, 2011

Not Rex: Dope wars

The Global Commission on Drug Policy has just weighed in. The War on Drugs is an abysmal failure. They even get it in the U.S. So why is Canada going on a bad trip?

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