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Dec 7, 2023 - Feminist in Solidarity with Palestinian Women in the Gaza

When: December 7th, 6pm

An online conversation sponsored by Scholar Strike Canada on Thursday 7th. Follow the event on the SSC YouTube. A conversation not to be missed.
Dec 5, 2023 - Nonviolent Social Action

When: December 5th, 5pm

Jill, an International Peace Specialist at the International Gandhi Institute for Peace and Nonviolence, has lived and worked with marginalized communities in India, as well as promoting international peace initiatives. She has learned from experience how nonviolent action inspires strategies and shifts in perspectives for meeting some of the most critical problems of our time.
Dec 4, 2023 - No Pride in Genocide

When: December 4th, 7pm
Where: Bachir/Yerex Screening Room, 401 Richmond St. West, 4th floor

How can family memories inform solidarity? How can avant-garde voices engaging the past contribute to activism today? How can private archives queer public histories? How do yesterday's photographs become tomorrow's pictures? Foggy is a screening of recent short films that stage hybrid acts of montage, juxtaposition, re-enactment and dialogue, exploring the theme of solidarity as we make our way together through the fog.
Dec 4, 2023 - Jane-Finch: Community Conversation

When: December 4th, 6pm
Where: EarlyON Centre, Jane Finch Mall

A Community Conversation driven by insights from 200+ #JaneFinch youth. Register

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Dec 4, 2023 - Canadian Foreign Policy Hour with Yves Engler

When: Mondays at 6pm

Join author Yves Engler on Mondays for a weekly news roundup and interactive discussion about Canada's role abroad. This weekly session will delve into the latest developments on subjects ranging from military affairs and Canada's role in Ukraine to its contribution to Palestinian dispossession, and the exploitation of African resources. Join Yves for a critical take on Canada's foreign policy. Questions, comments, and criticisms are all welcome.
Dec 4, 2023 - Disabilty Without Poverty

When: December 4th, 12:30pm

The theme for IDPD 2023 is "United in action to rescue and achieve the sustainable development goals for, with and by persons with disabilities". These goals include: No poverty; zero hunger; improved health and wellbeing; gender equity; and reduced inequality. All which can be improved with a Canada Disability Benefit.

Join us to celebrate what went well, the challenges and the opportunities we faced these past 12 months. It has been quite a year! From getting Bill C-22 passed to launching Shape the CDB, our quest to get money into your pockets continues!

Dec 3, 2023 - Save Ontario Place Telethon!

When: December 3rd, 12noon to 8pm
Where: 3 Bartlett Ave

On Sunday, December 3rd, West End Phoenix and Ontario Place for All are joining forces once again to organize, educate and rally as we continue our fight for the future of Ontario Place!

The Ford Government intends to turn over a sizeable portion of park space, cutting down over 1500 trees and destroying the beloved waterfront park in favour of a massive, unwieldly and unnecessary mega spa. This project, massive in scope and destruction, will also leave Ontario taxpayers footing the bill, with subsidies that could reach up to $650 million.

We say NO! and we know a lot of you share this sentiment with us!

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Dec 2, 2023 - Permanent #CeasefireNOW

When: December 2nd, 1pm
Where: Nathan Phillips Square


20,000+ Palestinians killed. 1.7 million displaced.

Permanent #CeasefireNOW - End Canada's complicity - Lift the siege on #Gaza

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Dec 2, 2023 - The Fight of Our Lives

When: December 2nd, 12pm

An O4P interview with Jane McAlevey, touching on her life story, organizing methods, biggest wins and losses, and theory of change for the world to come. Tambien en español e português. | Twitter
Dec 2, 2023 - Protest Against Wage Theft

When: December 2nd, 12pm
Where: Kingknoll Park, Brampton

Join us to discuss how to fight for your rights and stand with fellow workers exposing wage theft in the community. #LuttBandKaro #StopWageTheft

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