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Linchpin 4 - paper of Ontario anarchist organization Common Cause is online

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Common Cause is an Ontario anarchist organization that wants to see anarchists active in every town, neighborhood and workplace across Ontario. We have just published the fourth issue of our paper, Linchpin, online at You can download and distribute the PDF version from or read the articles online below

More “justice” for Indigenous in Ontario

Recent reports from the front lines of the Tyendinaga Mohawks struggle.

June 14: Hamilton Anarchist Bookfair

The Common Cause Hamilton local is organizing Hamilton's first anarchist book fair.

The History of Mayday

Guest author David Brons provides a history of Mayday, the International Workers' Day.

The State Can't Stop Rape

Sudbury-based Common Cause member Rev argues that we need to stop imagining the government and police as being able to prevent women from being sexually assaulted.

An Anarchist FAQ

An introduction to the Anarchist FAQ website.

(Road)blocking Capitalism

Lessons from the struggles of the Argentinian piqueteros and indigenous struggles in Canada.

Action Against the War Machine

Sarah Claudette provides on the ground reports of direct actions taken against CANSEC, Canada's largest weapons fair, recently held in Ottawa.

U of T Represses Student Activism

Upsurge in student activism at the University of Toronto is being met by police and university repression.

Please download the PDF of the paper ( ) and print out and distribute copies of it. If you let us know how many you have done and where you are via the contact form at you'll make us very happy!

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