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Sep 29, 2023 - Decolonizing Hearts and Minds

When: September 29th, 6:30pm to September 30th, 4:30pm
Where: Bloordale United Church, 4258 Bloor Street W
Suggested $25 (includes lunch)

What do the struggles of Palestinians, Indigenous South Africans and Indigenous peoples in Canada have in common? Join us for a photo exhibit, workshops and storytelling in defiance of colonization with Canadian-Palestinian author Saeed Teebi and representatives from Wi'am: Palestinian Conflict Transformation Centre and more.

Friday kicks off a week-long photo exhibit with story telling from KAIROS Women of Courage partners from Wi'am: Tarek Al-Zoughbi and Hana Kare in Palestine. They are part of the Climate, Conflict, Gender: KAIROS Canada's Women of Courage Visit 2023. All eight partners, from South Sudan, the Democratic Replublic of Congo and Colombia, in addition to Tarek and Hana from Palestine, will return Saturday morning to share their stories in a more intimate setting.

The afternoon will be devoted to a public gathering to honour the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, with speaker Monica McKay, Director Aboriginal Initiatives, Toronto Metropolitan University; followed by a KAIROS Great Lakes-St. Lawrence network meeting for members like you of the KAIROS network.
Oct 1, 2023 - Peace Now! Stop the War!

When: October 1st to 8th
In Toronto: Meet at Spadina and Bloor at 1pm.

The Canada Wide Peace and Justice Network, which is comprised of approximately 50 peace groups, is planning cross-Canada actions "Peace Now! Stop the War! Stop NATO!" from October 1-8 in solidarity with the Global Mobilization to Stop the War in Ukraine called by the International Peace Bureau.

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Oct 1, 2023 - End NATO's proxy war in Ukraine

When: Sunday October 1st, 1pm
Where: 344 Bloor St W

Rally at Spadina and Bloor to end NATO's proxy war in Ukraine.

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Oct 1, 2023 - Bike Ride

When: Sunday October 1st, 4pm
Where: northwest corner of Christie Pits Park

This is a fundraiser of CycleTO. Fundraise and ride with us on a ~12km ride to celebrate our big wins and help us continue our work to bring tangible change to Toronto's cycling culture and infrastructure projects.

In order to take part in the Big Toronto Bike Ride and the post-ride social, participants need to purchase a non-tax receiptable ticket for $30 and fundraise at least $150 (Fundraising donations are tax receiptable).