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May 8, 2020 - Book Launch: The Abortion Caravan

When: Friday May 8th, 2pm

Join this event to be notified when the video is posted, and for a chance to win one of two signed copies of The Abortion Caravan: When Women Shut Down Government in the Battle for the Right to Choose.

On Friday, May 8th, Second Story Press and Octopus Books present a virtual book launch for The Abortion Caravan, featuring a video with author Karin Wells describing what happened when the cross-Canada journey reached Ottawa in 1970.

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May 8, 2020 - Phone Bank for Emergency Transit Funding

When: Friday May 8th,1pm
Online: TTC Riders, 720 Bathurst Street

People working in essential services are relying on public transit to get to work. But transit systems across Canada are running out of money during the COVID-19 pandemic and the TTC is about to cut service.

Help us campaign for emergency transit funding for the TTC! We'll be calling our supporters and patching them through to their elected representatives to leave a message.

You'll need a phone, a computer or tablet, and an internet connection.

ttcriders.ca/may8phone | ttcriders.ca/may12phone
May 3, 2020 - Radical Economics: How do we organize the economy

When: Sunday, May 3rd at 2pm

A Zoom Discussion. Speaker Bradley Hughes

Many are looking for an alternative to the world we are living in. Join this discussion about the possibility of a transformed economy based on human needs and how we can achieve it.

Organized by the Toronto East Branch of the International Socialists. For Zoom information contact robidouxster@gmail.com.
May 3, 2020 - A Public Infrastructure Bailout

When: Sunday May 3rd, 1pm

The Canadian government is planning to spend billions on infrastructure to stimulate the economy and recover from COVID-19, including new transit projects and green infrastructure.

But the federal Canada Infrastructure Bank invests in public-private partnerships. From the Presto fare card system to the Confederation LRT in Ottawa, public-private partnerships cost the public more and are less accountable to us.

Join experts and activists to learn about the high stakes of infrastructure privatization in Canada and why projects like transit and water must be publicly owned and democratically controlled for a green & just recovery from COVID-19.

Featuring:
* Vi Bui, Council of Canadians
* Stuart MacKay, Ottawa Transit Riders
* Robert Ramsay, Canadian Union of Public Employees
* Moderated by Vincent Puhakka, TTCriders

Register through Eventbrite to receive a link to the webinar on the morning of the event.
May 3, 2020 - Wet'suwet'en Strong: Resisting a pipeline

Webinar: May 3rd, 1pm

In January, IJV-Canada, alongside thousands of other Canadians, took a stand in solidarity with the Wet'suwet'en people in their struggle to defend their land against a Coastal GasLink pipeline. A brutal RCMP attack on Wet'suwet'en land defenders in early February precipitated a month of rail blockades and direct actions which eventually forced the federal government to the negotiating table. Now, despite the global COVID-19 pandemic in full swing, CGL is continuing to work unabated on the pipeline. Join our webinar to hear from Wet'suwe'ten land defender Jennifer Wickham of the Gidimt'en clan talk about recent updates in the struggle, and answer your questions.

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