November 6th, 2015

Hosted by: Julian McKenzie
Stories by: Alexa Everett, Pauline Nesbitt, Patricia Petit Liang

by Alexa Everett

Over 2,000 Montrealers belonging to over 20 student associations marched between the Old Port and downtown to protest the province's austerity measures.
According to CBC, teachers joined students from local CEGEPs and universities in solidarity.  
This demonstration comes after the Fédération Autonome de L'Enseignement broke off negotiations with the government earlier this week.
Teachers and worker from the public sector have been on strike since October, and additional strike days are expected if further negotiations are delayed

by Pauline Nesbitt

Four teens will face multiple charges connected with Tuesday’s bomb threats against schools in Quebec and Ontario that were sent by email.

According to CTV News, the same four people from western Quebec were charged on Thursday for threats made to schools in the Gatineau and Ottawa area last week.

Quebec police spokesperson, Captain Guy Lapointe, confirmed that the investigation continues and additional arrests could be made.


by Patricia Petit Liang

The hacker group Anonymous has released the personal information of around 1000 alleged Ku Klux Klan members on the internet.

According to the BBC, this action was prompted by the KKK’s threats to use deadly force against groups protesting the murder of a black teenager in Missouri.

No hacking was actually involved when releasing the details, however, as all the information that Anonymous released came from the profiles of people who had joined or liked KKK-related groups on Google+ and Facebook.