The Convergence des luttes anticapitalistes (CLAC) denounces the violent repression of its demonstration again this year. Indeed, the SPVM proceeded, as usual, to unjustified and brutal arrests. The police used truncheons and tear gas to silence the people who are tired of being exploited every day to enrich the nauseating bourgeoisie and their companies that profit from COVID-19. Several people were injured and the police even destroyed the cell phone of one participant.


  • MayDay 2021: We don’t want this world they are trying to sell us!
  • Meet up at 4PM at Jarry park, at the corner of Gary-Carter and St-Laurent.

The pandemic we are mired in precarize everyone and highlights serious injustices. The stimulus wished by the leaders is an economic stimulus which is not addressed to us. It is not addressed to the artists and other people who don’t make enough profit to merit the right to exist. It does not concern sex workers, whose existence itself is still criminalized. This stimulus ignores handicapped people, the marginalized, those with mental health issues. The stimulus they talk about, it is for the oil companies, the Bombardier corporations, the party friends like Guzzo, but it is not for us. To let the governments save us from the crisis they created themselves through the constant cuts to healthcare and through their "snowbird" lives, would be to accept death. What we need to stimulate is not the economy, but the struggles for our rights and the end of capitalist exploitation.

Date et heure: 
Saturday, 1 May, 2021 - 16:00

CLAC (an Anti-Capitalist Convergence) publish today a first episode of a series of podcast shaped as interviews name The Whole Orchard. The Whole Orchard aims to share information relating to the abolition of police, prison and the justice system taking on topics such as the jailing of migrants, criminalization of dissent et transformative justice. The first episode introduces the idea behind the project and propose a historical picture of police in colonized Canada and the United States more specifically in so-called « Québec ».


Did you get arrested during the G20 in Toronto in June 2010 ?

If you did, you could receive a financial compensation because the Class Action filed by some of the arrestees was won. For more informations about the Class Action :

You have until February 16, 2021 to submit your claim on this website :


This past MayDay, like each year for over a century, was the International Workers' Day. Despite being confined, many people took action to redecorate the city. The situation might seem grim, but there are still a few positive observations we can make.

The air in our city is clearer that it has been for over a century. Oil consumption slows down and greenhouse gases production diminishes. For many people, being confined is an opportunity to review our unhealthy relationship with work within an hyperperformist and hyperproductivist society.



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Après CISM pendant plus d'un an, le comité agitprop de la CLAC sévit maintenant sur les ondes de CKUT à l'Émission Off The Hour un vendredi par mois. La chronique est basée sur la formule d'un abécédaire: une lettre, un mot, une tirade. Ça ne se passe pas dans l'ordre alphabétique, mais selon l'actualité. D comme dénoncer, C comme crosse ou crosseurs. Bonne écoute!

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