Jul 26, 2010

Woman shot by G20 police speaks out

Natalie Gray
Natalie Gray, A 20-year-old B.C.-based environmental activist, shares her G20 summit protest story. Gray was hit by two rubber bullets and is now suing the Toronto Police Service.
Jul 22, 2010
Journalist Jesse Rosenfeld is arrested and taken away to the detention centre. Photo: Activestills

Arresting the G20 press

Jesse Rosenfeld
A month ago, mass arrests during the G20 summit in Toronto were meant to silence protest and dissent. They were also intended to shut down scrutiny by the media. Four of us have now filed a complaint.
Jul 16, 2010

G20 police arrest HarperGirl

Despite her best efforts to follow the rules, G20 police arrest the president of the Stephen Harper fan club, Miss Ruby Jones aka HarperGirl.
Jul 12, 2010

Peter's G20 story: 'My Canada was a free country'

Peter Marmorek
In this account of the G20 protests, Peter Marmorek notes: "As we marched past closed and boarded stores on Queen Street, the city felt less and less like the friendly place I've lived for 40 years."
Jul 9, 2010

Chelsea's G20 arrest story

Kristen Hanson
Kristen Hanson tells the story of Chelsea, an activist and University of Toronto student, who was arrested at the G20 protests.
Jul 7, 2010

G20 capitalism is attacked in the streets of Toronto

Jaggi Singh and Robyn Maynard
Activist Jaggi Singh gave himself up to police on Tuesday over serious allegations stemming from the G20 protests. This is his last blog posting, published nine days ago.
Jun 30, 2010
Photo: Ariel Estulin

Is this what a police state looks like?

Murray Dobbin
The corporate security state is not static -- it will keep filling more and more space to the extent that they are allowed to by civil society.
Jun 28, 2010

'My city feels like a crime scene'

Criminals are all melting into the night, fleeing the scene. But we're not talking about the kids in black who smashed windows and burned cop cars on Saturday.


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