Toronto: May Day Bank Attack

In “Toronto” on the morning of May 1st, we attacked an RBC branch in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en land defenders. We left a spray-painted message, a damaged lock, and a mess of red paint.

As we walked away into a beautiful May Day sunrise, we left a trail of messages through the city.

We were left wanting more, but we know that there are many more days ahead.

The time is now, the task is simple! Atta​​​​​​​ck! Read More …

Escaping Tomorrow’s Cages — Prison Expansion in Ontario

Escaping Tomorrow’s Cages is written in absolute opposition to the existence of prisons. The Province of Ontario is in the midst of an initiative to expand the provincial prison system in eastern and northern Ontario, and our hope is for this text to contribute to a struggle capable of stopping it.

The initiative includes expanding several existing prisons and building at least two new ones. Together, these projects will effectively double the provincial prison capacity in the areas it effects, mainly in women’s prisons. We find any expansion of the prison system unacceptable. Read More …

Ottawa: “Rolling Thunder” incidents and responses database

This is an Ottawa community crowd-sourced database to document and track “Rolling Thunder” convoy incursions on residents’ lives, and also organized community responses, all together in one place.

Click here to add entries through the input form: https://airtable.com/shrCLa3fFQjHdK8ls Read More …

RBC: Divest from CGL

Anonymous Submission to North Shore Counter-Info Wet’suwet’en Solidarity Monday April 11th, 2022 Tiohtià:ke/Montreal In the early afternoon, a small group of anarchists snuck into the RBC offices at Place Ville-Marie. Armed with flyers, stickers and spray paint cans, they left a message for the bank: DIVEST FROM CGL. Since the Fall of 2021, the Wet’suwet’en have been actively campaigning for RBC to stop funding the destruction of their land, but Read More …

Canadian Pacific Railway Police Service Charges Dropped Against Land Defender Vanessa Gray

From Vanessa Gray on Facebook My name is Vanessa Gray. I am an Anishinaabe Kwe organizer, community researcher, and Land defender from the Aamjiwnaang First Nation. On November 21st 2021, Canadian Pacific Railway Police Service issued charges against me in connection to an action that was organized in Toronto, in response to the violent raids in Wet’suwet’en territories. This event was attended by hundreds of people. The charges included three Read More …

Punch Up Collective: Getting It Together

From Punch Up Collective Getting It Together: An Online Workshop for Organizing Collectives for the Real World Saturday, April 23rd, 2022 1-3PM Online – Zoom Ottawa, on unceded Algonquin territory Facilitated by the Punch Up Collective, this workshop is for anyone interested in starting a collective, or those keen to discuss how to make a collective they’re already a part of more effective and sustainable. We live in a frightening Read More …

Communique from Operation Solidarity, Ukraine

From Operation Solidarity Greetings, comrades! We are the Ukrainian anti-authoritarian volunteer network, “Operation Solidarity”. Since the first days of escalation by Russia, we have taken part in the resistance against the invasion, as have the majority of Ukrainian anarchists and anti-authoritarian left activists because we believe that this war is imperialist and usurping. This is not a war of “de-nazification”, as the Kremlin claims. The problems of the far-right in Read More …

Albums Against the Invasion from Anarchist Black Cross Musical Solidarity Group

Shortly after the first bombs started falling on Ukrainian cities in the invasion by Russian forces, anti-authoritarian musicians around the world began collaborating with members of Anarchist Black Cross collectives to respond. Now, two compilation albums have been released to raise money for anarchists fighting the invasion on the front lines in Ukraine, and behind the lines in Russia. Read More …