Posts Tagged: P6

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P-6 : présence moins marquée dans les archives que la loi 78

[read in English] Durant la grève étudiante, deux lois antidémocratiques furent adoptées. Leur but unique : contrôler et limiter le droit à manifester. La loi P-6 fut adoptée au niveau municipal, à Montréal, et au niveau provincial, ce fut le tour

l'oie spéciale

P-6 : présence moins marquée dans les archives que la loi 78

[read in English] Durant la grève étudiante, deux lois antidémocratiques furent adoptées. Leur but unique : contrôler et limiter le droit à manifester. La loi P-6 fut adoptée au niveau municipal, à Montréal, et au niveau provincial, ce fut le tour

"P(6)reventive: If we must wait until there is an infraction, we risk being here all night." by Clément de Gaulejac.

Montréal Police Use Bylaw P-6 at Protests for $790,000 Extortion

Between March 5  and May 1, 2013, 1223 people have been arrested, detained and ticketed by Montréal police (SPVM) for participating in demonstrations. In 2005 and 2012, the UN Human Rights Commission criticized Montréal police for their regular practice of

"P(6)reventive: If we must wait until there is an infraction, we risk being here all night." by Clément de Gaulejac.

Montréal Police Use Bylaw P-6 at Protests for $790,000 Extortion

Between March 5  and May 1, 2013, 1223 people have been arrested, detained and ticketed by Montréal police (SPVM) for participating in demonstrations. In 2005 and 2012, the UN Human Rights Commission criticized Montréal police for their regular practice of

Poster created by Le Malaka in September 2012 after the election of the Parti québécois.

Remnant legislation P-6 less represented in archives than Bill 78

[Lire en français] During Québec’s 2012 student strike, two antidemocratic laws were passed to control and limit the right to demonstrate. One bylaw to pass was done at the municipal level (bylaw P-6) and the second was passed by provincial

Poster created by Le Malaka in September 2012 after the election of the Parti québécois.

Remnant legislation P-6 less represented in archives than Bill 78

[Lire en français] During Québec’s 2012 student strike, two antidemocratic laws were passed to control and limit the right to demonstrate. One bylaw to pass was done at the municipal level (bylaw P-6) and the second was passed by provincial