Panda Suit-Wearing Philosopher Defeats Montreal’s Anti-Protest Law in Court Rumble
"Anarchopanda" fights city, earns victory for protesters' civil liberties.
80 Protesters Charged Using Quebec’s Controversial P-6 Bylaw Are Off the Hook
Protesters have been subject to mass arrest and expensive tickets for the last three years in Montreal. With the announcement that nearly 100 cases will be dismissed, there's a sliver of hope.
Simon Van Vliet
Montreal Protesters Are Automatically Being Entered Into Class-Action Suits Against the Government
Mass arrests during the 2012 Quebec student protests have led to eight class-action lawsuits that could force Montreal to hand over $20 million in damages.
E. K. Hudson
Wearing a Mask at a Canadian Protest Can Earn You a Ten Year Prison Sentence
As we told you in November, Canada’s House of Commons passed a bill last Halloween that forbids masked protesters from joining in on an “illegal” protest. Anyone who is in violation of this new anti-mask legislation will be facing a maximum penalty of...
A conversation with the panda-suited symbol of Quebec’s Maple Spring.
Quebec's Student Protests Deserve a Closer Look
Saying that the student movement in Quebec is continuing what was a six month-long series of protests over $70 is wrong. It’s meant to shame and ridicule the people involved.