Saskboy's Abandoned Stuff: Making Casserole Music in Regina

–Outlaw Snowy Bear and Jamie It was a nice warm evening, and I got together with about 80 other of Regina’s finest people to make our voices (and our pots and pans) heard on 13th Ave. What started as a student protest in Quebec, has grown into a national protest against a draconian Charest government ...

The End of Days for Charest?

Law 78 has now so antagonized all sections of Quebec society from moderate Anglo professors like myself through to trade unions and perhaps the whole of the French speaking Quebecois intelligentsia that Charest has run out of good options.  He could simply recognize that the existing tax system could be pressed into play to pay ...

350 or bust: An Open Letter To English Canadians: Why I Am Talking A Walk In Downtown Montreal

Today I’m posting an open letter that was shared on Facebook, written by Daniel Weinstock, a Quebecer to his “English-Canadian friends”, with permission to circulate it. It appears there were 518 people arrested during yesterday’s demonstrations. That’s more than were addressed during the 1970 FLQ crisis when Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau introduced the War Measures ...

Feminist Mom in Montreal: Breaking the law to protect future generations

As I’m sure most of you know, Montreal now has a bylaw banning masks at protests. Mayor Gérald Tremblay asks, “When a cause is just, why is it necessary to hide behind a mask?” When asked about protestors who use masks to protect themselves from teargas, a lawyer representing the police said that teargas is ...

Feminist Mom in Montreal: Breaking the law to protect future generations

As I’m sure most of you know, Montreal now has a bylaw banning masks at protests. Mayor Gérald Tremblay asks, “When a cause is just, why is it necessary to hide behind a mask?” When asked about protestors who use masks to protect themselves from teargas, a lawyer representing the police said that teargas is ...

Feminist Mom in Montreal: Breaking the law to protect future generations

As I’m sure most of you know, Montreal now has a bylaw banning masks at protests. Mayor Gérald Tremblay asks, “When a cause is just, why is it necessary to hide behind a mask?” When asked about protestors who use masks to protect themselves from teargas, a lawyer representing the police said that teargas is ...

350 or bust: Quebec Shows The Rest Of Canada What Democracy Looks Like

Hundreds of thousands of people poured into Montreal’s streets last night to show their displeasure at the provincial government’s draconian anti-protest law, Loi #78. Watching the action on Twitter last night, it was fascinating (and disturbing) to see the hashtag #casseroles start trending after people, many of them middle-aged and older, came “armed” with pots ...