CSJ hosts and supports a variety of local events.

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Book Launch: The Trudeau Formula by Martin Lukacs

September 12, 2019

Book launch and Q&A with The Trudeau Formula author Martin Lukacs, in conversation with Judy Rebick and Russ Diabo, and moderator, Sharmeen Khan. After a decade of Stephen Harper, the arrival of Justin Trudeau felt like a relief. But as Canadians reckon with the gulf between the dazzling promise of Trudeau’s election and the grim reality of his government, journalist Martin Lukacs makes the case that ‘real change’ was never on the table. Learn More

Rebellion: A Climate Change Protest Sign-Making Workshop

June 15, 2019

When: Saturday June 15, 6pm Where: Fabarnak, 519 Church St. NUIT ROSE is a free, annual, late night festival of queer art and performance, showcasing provocative, contemporary work by local and international artists. This year, we are pleased to work in participation with NUIT ROSE to present REBELLION, a Climate Change protest sign-making workshop led […] Learn More

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General Strike: Cabaret 1919

May 14, 2019

When: May 14th, 7pm Where: Tranzac Club, 292 Brunswick Ave. An exciting cabaret evening of theatre, music and poetry on the centenary of the Winnipeg General Strike will celebrate its historical importance and enduring relevance to a diverse range of contemporary struggles. Featuring: * Remembering the Winnipeg General – an original play by Thomas McKechnie, […] Learn More

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Stop the Attacks on Our Schools

May 11, 2019

When: May 11th, 6pm Where: Downsview Public Library, 2793 Keele St. It’s no secret that the education the city provides for the wealthy is different from what working class families get. Schools in rich neighbourhoods have new buildings, new technology, and offer fancy field trips. Meanwhile, schools in working class neighbourhoods, like those along Keele […] Learn More

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Nationalize General Motors: Oshawa’s Green New Deal

April 25, 2019

Join in a discussion on unexplored alternatives: how we could nationalize GM under Democratic workers’ and community control while implementing a Green New Deal for Oshawa. The Green New Deal is a plan to create millions of jobs, while taking on climate change, building stronger communities, and tackling inequalities. What could this kind of transformation look like in Oshawa? Learn More