CBC News
July 5, 2010

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Quebec provincial police say they are taking seriously a claim of responsibility for an explosion early Friday at a Canadian Forces recruitment centre in Trois-Rivières.

A group calling itself Résistance Internationaliste sent a statement to the newspaper La Presse saying it was responsible for the blast, according to the paper.

The group, which has previously claimed responsibility for two other attacks in Quebec, claims it is against the militaristic ideals and practices of the Canadian government.

In portions of the statement published on the paper’s website, the group said it aims to “ensure that political, economic and military powers cannot continue their enterprise of indoctrination justifying their imperialist venture, without impunity.”

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