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Categories: Anti-nuclear protests, Terrorist incidents in Canada in the 1980s, Acts of sabotage, Car and truck bombings in North America, 1982 in Ontario
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Litton Industries bombing
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In October, 1982, three members of an anarchist urban guerrilla group known as Direct Action acted upon "their wish to end the arms race" and filled a stolen pick-up truck with 550 kg of dynamite and drove from Vancouver to Toronto, Canada planting the bomb outside Litton Industries, a manufacturer of American cruise missile components many feared would increase the risk of nuclear war. Wikipedia
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In October, 1982, three members of an anarchist urban guerrilla group known as Direct Action acted upon "their wish to end the arms race" and filled a stolen pick-up truck with 550 kg of dynamite and drove from Vancouver to Toronto, Canada planting the bomb outside Litton Industries, a manufacturer of American cruise missile components many feared would increase the risk of nuclear war. Wikipedia
1982 bombing of a nuclear weapons component production facility Wikidata