Police Infiltrated Toronto G20 Protest Groups

The RCMP, OPP and other police forces infiltrated protest groups in the lead-up to protests against the 2010 G20 summit in Toronto to disrupt and incriminate activists.

Police brought in from across the country later arrested 1,105 people at the protests, most of whom were never charged.

The G20 was a watershed moment in modern political repression in Canada and signalled to the working class and progressive forces that, if the police have anything to say about it, they will never be allowed to threaten the capitalist status quo in this Country, or even register their dissent in any meaningful way.

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