Founded in 1985, the Council of Canadians is
Quietly, over a period of many years, unconstitutional legislation encompassed in Bills C-51, C-6, and the current Bill C-36 have placed not only basic civil liberties and freedoms at risk, but Canada's national sovereignty as well. The film shares how entangling alliances with groups like the World Trade Organization, the World Health Organization, Codex Alimentarius, the
A QUESTION OF SOVEREIGNTY discusses why this dramatic shift in the balance of power puts the nation and its people at a vital crossroad early in the 21st century — and why some of the past giants of Canadian politics may hold the answers to
CAPP Toronto discussion on Canadian democracy in crisis with Green Party leader Elizabeth May.
Mon. Aug. 16, 6:15-8:30 pm.
Koffler House, rm KP108, 569 Spadina
Date: Tuesday, August 17th from 8 – 10 p.m. ET (Please arrive for check-in no later than 7:30 p.m.)
Location: MTV’s Studio at
To be part of the audience, contact: CP24VOTES@CTV.CA
Discuss. Debate. Decide. CP24 will host an exclusive series of six unique television events leading up to the
The five major candidates participating in YOUR VOTE: THE RACE FOR MAYOR are Rob Ford, Joe Pantalone, Rocco Rossi, George Smitherman and Sarah Thomson. CP24’s Stephen LeDrew moderates the debates, joined by host Melissa Grelo.
Torontonians are invited to participate by emailing their questions to
Date: August 17th
Time: 6pm - 7:30pm
Location: Room 116, Wallberg building,
Full list of speakers and video statements to be announced!
For two days at the end of June, the Police led a coordinated armed
in particular targeted. Mobilizations for justice, for dignity and for
self-determination were infiltrated, harassed and intimidated. A
charges dropped and to continu...e the struggle against the G20's
anti-people and anti-environment policies. (Support the Legal Defence
To understand why people mobilized against the G20 and how organizers
were targeted; to hear accounts of police brutality and repression;
and to understand the political nature of the bail conditions, the
criminalization of dissent and ways to support the people facing
charges, join us for an informative panel and discussion.
This event is focused towards activists, grassroots organizers and
people who are interested in knowing more and acting in solidarity
with local struggles and defendants.
To endorse this event, please email email@example.com
Sponsored by: Hussan Freedom Committee, Ontario Public Interest
Research Group -
Support the G20 Legal Defence Fund: http://g20.torontomobilize.org/support
sponsored by the West End Food Co-op
Tuesday August 17th
The workshop will be led by Heather Kilner, an expert preserver with many years of experience.
We are hoping that our farmers will have tomatoes available for us to work with so, weather permitting, you will learn to make a delicious tomato sauce or a simple preserved tomato recipe and take a sample jar or two home with you! We will also take time to reflect on the meaning and significance of learning to preserve our own food, and our experiences of preserved food.
To register please visit our website at westendfood.coop.
If you have any questions about the workshop please don't hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Killing The Earth – G20 debt-based economics
If you are unable to attend, secure online donations to support us can be made at https://www.results-resultats.ca/donate/donate_eng.asp
All proceeds and donations help us build the power of everyday people to advocate proven, cost-effective solutions for developing countries, including our recent success leveraging $1.1 billion from Canada and $7.3 billion total to date for maternal and child health at the G8. As an advocacy organization, we receive no government funds and rely entirely on the generosity of individuals to help us raise our voice. "Culture Vibe Fundraiser" features:
Congolese Gospel Group (Génération Des Vrais Adorateurs)
Spoken Word Artist (Yusra Khogali)
Jazz Singer (Luwam)
Silent Auction featuring art, tickets to local attractions
Hors d'oeuvres will be served & Cash Bar
Door prize draw - Two tickets to Toronto City Lights Cruises
Tickets just $25
Friday, August 20, 2010 - Starts at 8 pm
Peridot resto/lounge - 81 Bloor Street East
To secure your ticket please contact:
Tel: 416-693-3999 or email Elizabeth at email@example.com
G20 legal fund Fundraiser
On Tuesday, August 24th, Greenpeace
RENEWABLES, a 45km bike trip from the Pickering Nuclear Station to the
Darlington Nuclear Station.
THE RIDE RENEWABLES will send the message to Dalton McGuinty's Liberals
that when Pickering Nuclear Station shuts down, Ontarians demand a green
energy replacement, not more reactors at the Darlington Station. No more
dirty, dangerous, and expensive nukes;
Find out more and register for the bus ride out to
Or contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fresh The Movie and Panel Discussion
“After the Crash: Creating Responses to Growing Inequalities"
Thursday, August 26th to Sunday, August 29rd,
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!!
Early bird registration available until Aug. 10
Please visit www.socialjustice.org for more information and online
This annual event brings together people from a variety of social
movements – activists from all walks of life. You, friends and family are
invited to join us for a wonderful time of relaxation and renewal. Buses
Now that the eyes of the world's media have left the Olympic host town of
Local citizens have started a campaign for tourists to boycott the resort of Whistler until this senseless logging is halted.
If you have a chance, we are asking people from around the world to email to our mayor to express your outrage (details in the short YouTube video below).
Ony 24 words can make a difference!
Whistler, BC chapter
its old growth forests. This, despite the fact that Whistler likes to present itself
as a model of sustainable practices.
Locals have tried to intervene and stop the cutting of 300-year-old trees, but the
politicians, bureaucrats and business community aren't listening.
So we need your help. Please watch this short video by Oly and the Fat Cats then
send your email to the Mayor of Whistler to help save the trees.
Find out how just 24 words from you can make the difference,
WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: Whistler Old Growth
*Paste this in your browser if the link above doesn't work - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=liTncoaLXBk
Background information here: http://www.whistlerwatch.org/events.html
"Let's save the trees!"
Ontario Clean Air
Phone: 416-926-1907 ext. 246
Oil sands toxins growing rapidly
Volume of arsenic, lead increased 26 per cent in last four years, Environment Canada says
Canada’s oil sands mining operations produce vast and fast-growing quantities of deadly substances, including mercury, heavy metals and arsenic, new data released by Environment Canada shows.
The information on pollutants sheds new light on the environmental toll exacted by
Canada’s bid to extract oil from bitumen, showing in stark relief how many nasty substances are being laid on the northern landscape in the process – and how quickly those are growing. Alberta
Greenpeace rappels off the
This could indicate that chemicals in the river are causing the fish to change sex, he said. "If these animals are exposed at very early stages, in fact there is evidence it could alter the sex development. The estrogenetic compound in fish could make a male fish develop into a female fish."
Monsanto: The world's poster child for corporate manipulation and deceit
Contact: For more info on the Summit Legal Support Project or this event,
email us at email@example.com or check out movementdefence.org. For more information on the broader Law Union of Ontario, please visit
Several issues have been raised this weekend: Consultation with the City of
This is something that police say we have "never faced in
To every story there are many sides, and then there is the truth. Lets get as close to the truth as we can so that protesters, police and politicians alike can answer to the weekends events.