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Jade Sambrook at ‘Pegida Meets Anti-Pegida’

Jade Sambrook at ‘Pegida Meets Anti-Pegida’

Jade Sambrook attended the Anti-Pegida protest against the Pegida group who were scheduled to march through the streets of downtown Montreal. Both groups faced-off in Place Emilie-Gamelin Park before moving into the intersection of Saint-Catherine and Berri Streets. There was a very large police presence as well as many folks from the media. Considering that it was the end of September, the weather was more than pleasant, akin to a beautiful summer day.

The Montreal Police kept both groups apart, and the Anti-Pegida movement was ultimately successful in preventing the Pegida group from marching through the city streets as per their original plan. In fact, this was the second time in less than a year that the Anti-Pegida movement was able to stop the Pegida group from proceeding with their planned march.

The Anti-Pegida group was also successful in getting the message out that Canada and Quebec should be open to receiving more refugees and immigrants so that we may build a country that is more just for all and where everybody can prosper. Canada has always been a country that believes in compassion and fairness. Those are true Canadian values. And the majority of Canadians understand that refugees who come here do so for a better life – a life free from the horrors and war that many of them unfortunately had to witness in their countries of origin.

Canada’s refugee protection programs have helped the world’s most vulnerable, while ensuring the health and safety of Canadians.

Through our refugee protection programs, refugees bring their experiences and skills as well as their hopes and dreams to Canada which, in turn, has contributed to an even richer and more prosperous society for us all – Citizenship & Immigration Canada (CIC).

And just in case you were wondering, the video was filmed using an iPhone 6 with the Filmic Pro App. Additionally, the audio was recorded using a Rode SmartLav+ lavalier microphone.

Video duration: 13:41

Jade Sambrook at the Montreal May Day Protest

Jade Sambrook at the Montreal May Day Protest

Protestors took to the streets of downtown Montreal on the evening of May Day, where police unleashed tear gas in an attempt to control the crowd.

This is what Jade Sambrook captured by following both the protestors and the police.

Video duration: 09:14

Jade Sambrook captures bar fight outside of the Fitzroy in Montreal

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Jade Sambrook captures bar fight outside of the Fitzroy in Montreal

Jade Sambrook captured this incident with an iPhone 6 outside of the Fitzroy, which is a night club located at the corner of Mont Royal and Pontiac Streets in Montreal. Unfortunately one man lay unconscious on the ground and required medical attention. Thankfully the Police arrived on time to arrest two of the perpetrators.

You can read more at the Jade Zone Blog: The Bar Fight Smartphone Video

Video duration: 06:44

Jade Sambrook Follows the April 13 Anti-Austerity Student Protest in Montreal

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Jade Sambrook follows the April 13 anti-austerity student protest held in Montreal

Using an iPhone 6 and a Rode SmartLav+ microphone, Jade Sambrook was able to capture a peaceful ”this is what democracy looks like” protest. It began at the Mont-Royal metro station and ended at the corner of Maisonneuve and Berri Streets without incident or any arrests.

Video duration: 10:15

Jade Sambrook at the Montreal Protest against Austerity

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Montreal Protest against Austerity – April 2, 2015

Jade Sambrook joined with approximately 75,000 protestors from all walks of life – including students, union members and families – who filled the streets of Montreal on April 2, 2015, to protest the government’s austerity budget.

Video duration: 04:07