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Dispelling A Canadian Myth About Who Our Local Police Serve And Protect


Most Canadians are under the misguided impression that as long as they act within the laws of Canada, the province, or their municipality that they cannot, should not and will not be arrested, charged and tried for acting upon any of the rights guaranteed to them in the Canadian Constitution and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. These false beliefs unfortunately have resulted in many a cracked skulls, arrests and prosecutions of many a law abiding , “peaceful protestors” in Montreal, the city I have lived in for the better part of 60 years. Continue reading

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Montreal Police Want To Be Feared


When I stopped getting in trouble with the law I thought that I would be happy to see the police when I went to work, or walked along the street late at night and that my fear of them only came from … Continue reading

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