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March 30, 2011 Canadian News

Questions Persist about Provocateurs at SPP Summit

As protester is acquitted of charges from 2007 Montebello protest, questions resurface about police-incited violence

September 15, 2007 Photo Essay

At the Gates of Fortress North America

Opposing the Security and Prosperity Partnership: Demonstrations in Montebello

August 31, 2007 Weblog:

Letter to Council of Canadians

[Andrea from People's Global Action picked up the CoC's petitions at the anti-SPP demonstration and decided to make a few points while offering to deliver them.]

Dear Maude and Staff at the Council of Canadians,

I just wanted to write to let you know that the 10,000 petitions you delivered with great fanfare to the gates of the Chateau Montebello last week are safe. You know, the ones in the three clear plastic bins with the blue lids. The ones featured in that photo on your website ( www.canadians.org).

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August 20, 2007 Weblog:

From Montebello: What Stephen Harper's Video Feed May Have Missed

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Photo: IMC Montebello

The tear gassing appears to have started around 5:30 PM. By that time, much of the corporate media had left Montebello, and many of the demonstrators had left for Ottawa and Montreal.

‘They’re going to wait for the media to leave before they start to clear the demonstrators,’ my friend Kabir had remarked 20 minutes before. It ended up being a dead-on prediction.

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August 13, 2007 Opinion

Bringing the SPP Out of the Shadows

Protesters mobilize against new trade and security talks

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