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Aug 9, 2019 - Conscious Minds Camp 2019

When: Aug 9-16th (Family weekend - Aug 9-11th)
Who: Weekend is all ages welcome, 7 days youth, ages 13-30 encouraged.
How Much: Approx $51/day - work trade available.

Seven-day Summer Camp and Homestead living, to learn and practice to positively adapt to climate change as individuals and as a global community.

Register on our website

Can't make it this year? Consider donating, to allow us to offer camping experiences for all peoples.
Jul 30, 2019 - Game Changers: Frantz Fanon

When: Tuesday Jul 30th. 6:30pm
Where: Hot Docs, Ted Rogers Cinema

Embark on a dreamy journey through the life and ideas of groundbreaking anti-colonial intellectual Frantz Fanon in this glorious restoration of Isaac Julien's classic 1995 biopic. One of the first texts to lay bare the corrosive psychological effects of racism, Fanon's Black Skin, White Mask remains a defining work of anti-colonial thought, fifty years after its English-language publication. Weaving together striking dramatic re-enactments, archival footage, and interviews with family members and scholars (including Stuart Hall), Julien crafts an inventive exploration of the Martinique-born writer's still-potent theories on identity, black alienation, and the struggle for liberation.
Jul 25, 2019 - Payday Lending

When: Thursday July 25th, 6pm
Where: North York Civic Centre Member's Lounge, 5100 Yonge St.

The City of Toronto's Municipal Licensing and Standards Division is reviewing the licensing and cap of payday loan establishments in the city of Toronto, and wants to hear from you. Payday loans fill a gap in credit for some consumers, but they are an expensive way to borrow money. They are defined as short-term, unsecured, small-dollar loans. A public consultation meeting is being held on Thursday July 25, at North York Civic Centre Member's Lounge. You can also submit feedback to by August 9, 2019.

You can read more about the licensing of payday loan establishments on the Public Consultation website.
Jul 20, 2019 - Songs of Struggle & Vintage Jazz with Red Moon

When: Saturday July 20th, 8:30pm
Where: 2050 Danforth Ave.
PWYC $10+ suggested

Red Moon returns to the Hirut Cafe, Saturday, July 20th. The band's members are saxophonist-singer Wally Brooker and guitarist-singer Tony Quarrington. The two perform songs of struggle from around the world, as well as vintage jazz and original compositions. The name Red Moon comes from a poem by Norman Bethune, the world-famous Canadian physician and anti-fascist. The Hirut is a music-friendly cafe with great vibes, good food and affordable drinks. Hope to see you at the Hirut on July 20! Stay tuned for announcements of special guest performers!

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Jul 20, 2019 - Rally Against OSAP Cuts

When: Wednesday July 20th, 2pm
Where: Queen's Park

On January 25th, over ten thousand students rallied at Queen's Park for the March Against OSAP Cuts. Months later, as students across Ontario apply for the funds they need to pursue their education, it is clear; the Doug Ford Government's cuts to OSAP are worse than anyone predicted.

Half a year later, we're returning to Queen's Park, to continue the fight to save education in Ontario. Whether you're a student, a teacher, or a parent, now is the time to stand with your community. On July 10th, join us at Queen's Park, and help #SaveOSAP!

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