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Nov 13, 2019 - Solidarity with Khalida

When: Wednesday November 13th, 3:30pm
Where: 344 Bloor Street W.

With the Israeli re-arrest of member of Palestinian parliament Khalida Jarrar join us as we call on the Canadian government to break its silence in regard to Palestinian prisoners held illegally in the zionist state prisons. Join as as we call for the Canadian government to hold Israel accountable. #FreeKhalida #FreePalestinianPrisoners.

We also will be speaking up about the recruiting by the Israeli military of Canadian happening just down the street at the Israeli consulate.

Hosted by United for Palestine | Facebook event
Nov 12, 2019 - Emma Goldman in Toronto

When: Tuesday November 12th, 7pm
Where: 25 Cecil St, Toronto

The year 2020 will mark the 80th anniversary of the death of anarchist and feminist Emma Goldman in Toronto in May 1940. Deported from the United States in 1919, Goldman spent part of her exile in Toronto during the 1920s and 1930s.

Join us for an evening of remembering and learning about Emma Goldman's life and death in Toronto.

Featuring: "Emma's Last Visit" - A production of the Toronto Workers' Theatre Group. Written by Craig Heron. Directed by Aida Jordao.

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Nov 12, 2019 - All Eyes On Nestle

When: Tuesday November 12th, 7pm
Where: New College - Wilson Hall #3084, 40 Willcocks St.

Learn about the impact of Nestle's water bottling in communities around the world. Water is a human right and a public trust and should never be under the control of private corporations like Nestle. Learn more about how to take action to protect #water and #SayNOToNestle water bottling in #Ontario.

Speakers include FRANKLIN FREDERICK, a Brazilian writer and activist living in Switzerland, BERNHARD & RENEE-LISE SCHMITT, founders of Collective Eau 88 and protecting drinking water in Vittel, France, and HIRUT MELAKU, SafelyFed Canada.

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Nov 9, 2019 - Re-Imagining Legal Aid: Building Sustainable Justice

When: Saturday November 9th, 1pm
Where: Friends House, 60 Lowther Ave.
Suggested registration fee: $20-70 (pay what you can). Students and community members free. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

Join us as we envision alternative forms of legal practice that support social movements, accessibility of the law, and justice for all - a timely conversation in light of the recent cuts and a neoliberal agenda of "modernization" for legal aid announced by the province. #LegalAidForAll

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Nov 9, 2019 - Save the Services that Save Us

When: Saturday November 9th, 11:30am
Where: Nathan Phillips Square

The Doug Ford government is planning to: Cut Public Health funding & close 25 out of 35 local Public Health Units, reducing them to 10.

Close 49 out of 59 local ambulance services, reducing them to 10 & close 12 of 22 local dispatch centres.

Make real-dollar cuts to public hospital funding, even though we have the fewest hospital beds left per person of any province in Canada and a crisis of hospital overcrowding. More cuts mean more services and staff cuts, less services, longer waits, more privatization & higher death rates.

Make real dollar cuts to long-term care homes, forcing municipalities to either raise taxes or cut services for elderly and chronic care residents. | Facebook event

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