• No interview will be given to corporatist mass media.
  • Special fuck you to Québecor Média and its peddlers of hate.
  • Others can contact the CLAC at info@clac-montreal.net

Why did we protest again?

May 1st was created out of workers' struggles leaded by immigrants. The struggle took place on this continent more than a hundred years ago. Today, globalized imperialist capitalism created conditions which forces millions of people to leave their home in order to find a refuge to survive. These millions of people are place in situations of extreme vulnerability, creating a stateless and exploitable population. According to an article published in the Devoir today, the risk to suffer from workplace accident causing severe wounds or death is twice as high for foreign workers.


Where does the habit of organizing demonstration every May 1st comes from? Warm weather, blooming flowers, or just the need to walk around? Nothing of the sort, even if it can helps... In reality this date is a symbol for unions everywhere, the remembrance of the struggle of American workers for the 8-hour days taking place at the end of the XIXth century.


  • On Wednesday May 1st, at 6:30pm, in Square Cabot, the anticapitalist caravan is back at it again to say fuck your borders and fuck your prisons!
  • Meetup at 6:30 in Cabot square (Atwater metro station).
Date et heure: 
Wednesday, 1 May, 2019 - 18:30

Monday, February 25th, 2019, at the Hall building of Concordia University (1455 Maisonneuve W.), room H-110.

Join Cinema Politica Concordia for the Quebec premiere of the Emmy-winning documentary WHITE RIGHT: MEETING THE ENEMY, in which director Deeyah Khan meets with U.S. neo-Nazis & white nationalists and investigates the resurgence of far-right extremism in the country.

Date et heure: 
Monday, 25 February, 2019 - 19:00

Bosses Are Always Wrong!

Release of a documentary short from CLAC

  • Wednesday, 16 January, 6PM
  • Station Ho.st
  • 1494, Ontario East

The screening will be followed by a panel discussion about work with the following speakers:

  • Camille Robert, feminist activist,
  • Joëlle Dussault, activist of the syndicat industriel des travailleuses et travailleurs (SITT-IWW),
  • Mostafa Henaway, from the Immigrant Workers Centre (IWC).
Date et heure: 
Wednesday, 16 January, 2019 - 18:00


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Le verger au complet!

La Convergence des luttes anticapitalistes (CLAC) produit une série de podcasts sous forme d'entrevues nommée Le Verger au complet qui vise la diffusion d’informations relatives à l’abolition de la police et des prisons et à la justice, en abordant des thématiques telles que l'emprisonnement des migrant.e.s, la criminalisation de la dissidence et la justice transformatrice.

Alors que les discours libéraux présentent les violences policières comme l'affaire de quelques pommes pourries dans le panier nous proposons plutôt une analyse critique de la police et des institutions punitives: on ne réforme pas un système pourri, on l’abolit! Attaquons-nous au verger au complet!

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