An annual outreach program won’t solve the cop problems we have in Montreal — and we have a lot of them.
The contempt toward natives and other minorities isn’t isolated, it is ingrained, systemic and obtuse.
Campaign Zero, which arose out of the BLM movement, should be applied in Canada as well as the U.S.
Personal reflections on an issue that doesn’t end at the American border.
Police shared their May 9 discovery with the media on May 24, following a positive identification.
We spoke to the lead actors, writer/producer and location manager of the Montreal-set TV show that depicts the heroism, humanity and horror of police work.
A social housing advocacy group set up camp to draw attention to homelessness and shocking stats about how much rent Montreal tenants pay.
Is punching unarmed protesters in the face the new norm? An eyewitness report on May Day’s heavy-handed crackdown, kettling and police brutality.
It hasn’t taken long for Montreal police to dust off the bad habits they were so roundly criticized for in 2012.
Protesters kettled during the 2012 student strike will have their day in court, as will the city, which is pressing charges against another group of protesters. PLUS Ginette Reno scores one for the Bell Centre.