Call to Action Against Neo-Nazi Leaders in Southern Ontario!
The Spirit of the Christie Pits Riots Lives On!
Back on August 16th, 1933, the west-end of Toronto burst into a frenzy of
resistance. The largest opposition seen to fascism in our city's history
took place, with Jewish and Italian baseball players and then the whole
community coming together to fight back local hate mongers. Adolf Hitler
had assumed power just half a year earlier, and already nazi supporters
were building a base here to attack those they deemed undesirable. But the
residents of Toronto would have nothing of it and in Christie Pits a
full-scale riot erupted against the racism and hate embodied by fascism.
Anti-fascism was alive and kicking. And 73 years later, it's still going
Southeast corner of Christie Pits, Toronto, ON.
Join the Toronto chapter of Canada's republican movement in this 3rd
annual protest of the monarchy and the mandatory oath of allegiance to the Queen. Participants will gather on Victoria Day (Monday, May 22) at the Queen's Park front lawn at 11:30 am and march through Toronto's core, ending at Queen's Park roughly an hour later. This event is approved by Queen's Park and Toronto Police.
Queen's Park, Toronto
Stop the Deportations! STATUS FOR ALL!
Dignity and Justice for Immigrant Communities!
NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION
Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax, Fredericton, Peterborough,
Saturday, May 27, 2006
Gather at 2pm
Vancouver Art Gallery (Robson Side)
With historic marches with hundreds of thousands of immigrants taking to
the streets in the US, grassroots immigrant groups are mobilizing for a
National Day of Action this coming May 27, 2006, with demonstrations
planned in several cities.
Vancouver Art Gallery (Robson & Howe)
Please join a...
May Day March & Rally
Monday, May 1, 2006 at 5:00 PM
Gather at Main & 17th Avenue (West-Side Corner)
*Expose and oppose the exploitation of migrant labour now!
Solidarity with migrant and undocumented workers!
Organized by SIKLAB-Vancouver (Advance the rights and welfare of
overseas Filipino workers), Filipino Nurses Support Group (FNSG),
Grassroots Women, and the Bus Riders' Union, participating
organizations of the International League of Peoples' Struggle (ILPS)
Main Street & 17th Avenue (West-Side Corner), Vancouver
MARCH FOR PALESTINE: SUPPORT THE PALESTINIAN RIGHT OF RETURN
A Rally and March to mark Al Nakba (May 15) and 58 years of Dispossession
When: Saturday, May 13, 12:00 Noon
Where: Meet @ the Vancouver Art Gallery (Robson Street Side)
Join us in a rally and march to protest Israel’s continuing crimes of war,
occupation and human rights abuses. To denounce the Canadian, U.S. and
British governments continued sponsorship and support of these crimes.
For Justice for Palestine: From the river to the sea, Palestine will be
Vancouver Art Gallery (Robson Street Side)
As part of our 10th Anniversary Weekend, Food Not Bombs Calgary is having a parade in support of more affordable housing.
Join us to tell the City and anti-poor Corporations that their anti-housing policies and actions will not be tolerated! We demand that the need for affordable-housing be met! Meet at Century Gardens Park (8th Street and 8th Avenue SW - across from the 7th Street SW train station) for a parade through the streets and a rally. Bring your friends, family, noise-makes, signs, banners and anything else! We will provide the free food and music!
8th St. and 8th Ave. SW, Calgary
Youth Still Say No to War! (Ottawa)
Troops out of Iraq and Afghanistan!
Hands off Haiti!
What: March and Street Occupation at intersection of Rideau and Sussex
Date: MARCH 18th, 2006 at 11am
Where: Meet outside Morriset Library on the University of Ottawa Campus
11 AM, then march to Rideau and Sussex for a street occupation.
*There will be street theatre, music and speakers at the street occupation.
Everyone is welcome to participate!! Bring Drums, Noisemakers and Voices!!
*The city-wide antiwar demonstration organized by Together Against War (TAW)
begins at 1 PM at "the spider" at the National Art Gallery.
March and Street Occupation at intersection of Rideau and Sussex
Hunger March (Toronto)
Wednesday March 15
Metropolitan Church Park at Queen and Church
Poor people are not able to eat and pay the rent.
The special diet money has been cut.
March to demand that McGuinty's provincial government raise social assistance rates.
Demand a 40% Raise NOW!
More information: http://ocap.ca
Metropolitan Church Park at Queen and Church (Toronto)
Honouring and remembering the lives of the 29 murdered women and the women still unaccounted for in Downtown Eastside.
This event is organized by women and led by women because women especially,
Aboriginal women face physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual violence on
a daily basis. Please bring your enthusiasm and ideas, all women welcomed.
Vancouver: Main and Hastings - Starts at the Carnegie Centre March around 1:00 PM
Critical Mass is a grassroots reclamation of public space -- a bike ride and skate -- held the last Friday of every month. You are invited to enjoy the safety and comfort in the car-free space that we create by simply riding together! Bicycles, skateboards, rollerskates, self propelled couches, and any other form of human powered locomotion are all welcomed!
meet 5 to 5:30 pm,
leave 6 pm
Vancouver Art Gallery