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Politics, Society

Vandals wreck Montreal statue of Canada’s founder

Political leaders condemn the act. A peaceful march in Montreal on Saturday afternoon calling for defunding of the police ended in the destruction of a statue of Canada’s founder. The bronze statue of Sir John A. Macdonald has stood for »

Politics, Society

Quebec vandals strike again

The now over a century old Montreal statues to a couple of famous historical figures have to be among of the cleanest around. That’s because they have been a regular target of socialist, leftist vandals who spray paint on them »

Society

Vandals strike war memorial on Thanksgiving weekend

Once again, vandals have defaced a memorial to the thousands of Canadians who made the supreme sacrifice in the World Wars. In addition to substantial enlistment by residents of the city and province, Halifax, Nova Scotia on Canada’s east coast, »

Society

Montreal Vandals Deface Statues Again

This weekend marked the annual long weekend in Canada known as Victoria Day.  It’s a holiday on the last Monday of May closest to Queen Victoria’s birthday of May 24th. 1819. It is also the date to officially mark the »

International, Society

Montreal vandals attack Queen Victoria statues

After vandalism against a Montreal statue dedicated to Sir John A Macdonald last year, more historic statues in the city were vandalised last night, by the same or similar individuals. Last night, two Montreal statues representing Queen Victoria were sprayed »

Society

Montreal vandals strike on Remembrance Day

Once again vandals deface a cenotaph, and the statue to Canada’s founder. While cenotaph vandalism happens on occasion across Canada, and elsewhere, it is often merely taggers. What is particularly galling however is when it is a politicised message and »