Occupy Klappan

Klabona Keepers and friends have been at Beauty Camp for over 5 weeks protesting an open pit coal mine in the heart of the Sacred Headwaters. There has been no consent with the Tahltan about this project on their unceded land. Now is time to side with the Klabona Keepers. Join us this weekend for action at Beauty camp.

Klabona Keepers is an organization of Tahltan elders and families who occupy and use traditional lands near Iskut, British Columbia known as Tl’abāne, the Sacred Headwaters of the Stikine, Nass and Skeena Rivers.

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Quebec rally protests police brutality

The police started making arrests before the protest in even started. Around 500 people came out to the 17th annual anti-police brutality march in downtown Montreal, people who say police brutality happens all too often in the city, and that the officers are not held accountable for their actions.

Police used horses, pepper-spray and kettling tactics to disperse the crowd. Because of municipal laws, requiring itineraries for such events, the march was deemed illegal from the start, But protesters say they did nothing wrong.

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IdleNoMore indigenous protest at US and Canada

Indigenous people and supporters from Minneapolis protested at the Canadian Consulate in downtown Minneapolis, as the first protest in the United States supporting “Idle No More”, the political mobilization of indigenous First Nation communities in Canada.

The crowd in Churchill Square in Edmonton for Idle No More, a rally and march protesting Bill C-45. December 8, 2012.

Community members from the 4 First nations Samson Erminskin Montana Louis Bull gather to raise awareness on the new legislation that is the “white paper” in disquise

Everyone Has a Voice! Saskatoon you demonstrated your voice loud and clear! This video is ment to inspire other youth and people to take the power back.
Use your own skills to promote awarness, I dont have a education in editing, however i do know that a little bit of time and effort does great things.

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LE 22 – canada caserolle revolution – click to continue

Nightly demonstrations opposing Quebec student tuition hikes and the provincial government in general have taken place in the province since February. The passing of the controversial Bill 78 became a major factor in the protests in May. In March, the 22nd was chosen as a day for larger afternoon protests in addition the ongoing nightly demonstrations. May 22nd saw as many as 400,000 supporters take to the streets in Montreal. Although numbers have since dropped, thousands of people continue to show up on this day every month. Even larger demonstrations are planned for August and September, in light of a looming provincial election and the return to school.

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Another casserole revolution – in Canada

This poetic black and white film shows protesters of all ages taking to the streets in Montreal to protest Emergency Bill 78. The bill attempts to limit the ability to peacefully protest by requiring groups to get advance police approval for demonstrations. The evening marchers start at 8 pm everyday and are joined by young and old, in protest of both the Bill and in support of students. The “cacerolazo” pots-and-pans protest method began in Chile as an effective, peaceful method of expressing civil disobedience and has spread widely since.

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