"My name is Kenneth Chamberlain. This is my sworn testimony. White Plains police are going to come in here and kill me." And that's just what they did.
Ottawa activist Obert Mandondo is campaigning for the appeal of Bill C-10, the omnibus crime bill, by going on a hunger strike.
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.
This show features an #ACAB Smash the State report looking at the International Day Against Police Brutality, including actions in Kitchener and Montreal.
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.
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.
A recent study found that social profiling by the Victoria Police is resulting in disproportionate ticketing and frequent harassment of people who have experienced homelessness in the past two years.
This countdown lists the most important tools for burgeoning activists, from Canadian activist history to guides that will shape your campaigns.
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.
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.