The Queen Victoria statue in front of McGill University's Strathcona Music Building was vandalized with red paint on the evening of March 17. The Delhi-Dublin Anti-Colonial Solidarity Brigade is claiming responsibility for the incident. \nAccording to a news release shared by No Borders Media, the Brigade "defied curfew to again vandalize the landmark bronze statue to Queen Victoria." \nEditor's Choice: A Quebec Class Action Against Apple Is Approved & It Wants $300 For All Affected Customers\n\n\n-- Queen Victoria statue in Montreal vandalized with red paint after curfew on Saint-Patrick's Day ... Delhi-Dublin...Posted by No Borders Media on Thursday, March 18, 2021\n"Forget about celebrity distractions, let's focus on getting rid of monarchs as one important action linked to our movements for social justice," said Pádraig Patel of the Delhi-Dublin Anti-Colonial Solidarity Brigade in the release.\nThe same group claimed responsibility for statue vandalism in 2018 and 2019. \nIn 2019, the group wrote that "[Queen Victoria's] reign represents a criminal legacy of genocide, mass murder, torture, massacres, terror, forced famines, concentration camps, theft, cultural denigration, racism, and white supremacy. That legacy should be denounced and attacked."\nThe SPVM confirmed to MTL Blog that it's investigating a mischief event involving red paint on a statue on rue Sherbrooke.