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Canada-Wide Demonstrations for Peace in Iraq March 19-21 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 16 March 2005 04:50
Canada-Wide Demonstrations for Peace in Iraq March 19-21

CPA:
We now have 42 actions listed for the March 19-21st days of action and momentum continues to build. We are getting postings in from places that have never had an anti-war/occupation event. As you saw in a previous e-mail the number of actions in the US has doubled from last year.

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Greetings,

We now have 42 actions listed for the March 19-21st days of action and momentum continues to build. We are getting postings in from places that have never had an anti-war/occupation event. As you saw in a previous e-mail the number of actions in the US has doubled from last year.

Please check the listings for your event and let me know about any updates. Also, take a look at what our friends are doing for their actions. We have a truly amazing list of different types of events with some fantastic speakers.

Download the information leaflet (without the typos) for your event at :
http://www.acp-cpa.ca/en/4pagerIraq.pdf

Peace

Sid Lacombe
Campaign Coordinator
Canadian Peace Alliance
416-588-5555
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www.acp-cpa.ca

Event Listings

 

Aldergrove, B.C.

Interfaith Peace Vigil

7:00pm

Aldergrove United Church (2623 - 272nd Street, Aldergrove BC)

Please join us March 20th at 7:00pm to mark two years of war in Iraq. This Interfaith Peace Vigil will be held at Aldergrove United Church, with speakers from the Sikh, Muslim and Christian communities.

All are welcome to attend.

For further details call 604-856-5806 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Organized by the Aldergrove United Church

 

Annappolis Royal, NS

In conjunction with peace rallies around the world and across Canada, the Annapolis/Digby peace alliance will be demonstrating at 1:00 at the lights in Annapolis Royal on Saturday, March 19.

We will be marking the anniversary of the Iraq war, and will be voicing our concerns over Canadian troops being integrated into the US military (as seen recently in Haiti). In the nearby ARCAC (Annapolis Region Community Arts Council) building there will be a display of remarkable images and quotes about recent wars. Refreshments will be provided. This will also be a celebration of 'civil society' having stopped Canada from joining onto the US Missile Defence scheme! Bring images and quotes. All welcome.

Brampton, ON

The Brampton Social Action Network is having a rally on March 19 as part of The International Days of Action Against the War! It is at 4 pm so as not to conflict with Toronto's events and will be held at the cenotaph just north of Gage Park on the north west corner of Hwy 10 and Wellington.

 

Burlington, ON

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF ACTION FOR PEACE & JUSTICE

Demonstrate in Toronto

SATURDAY MARCH 19, 2005

GET ON THE BUS!

BURLINGTON - FAIRVIEW GO STATION:

Buses will leave Fairview GO Station (south-side off Fairview). Look for school bus in west parking lot) at 11 am on Saturday, March 19, 2005. Tickets are $5.00 - Contact Doug at 905-632-4774 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to book a seat.

Sponsoring Organizations: November 16 Coalition; Burlington Association for Nuclear Disarmament; and Halton Peace Network.

 

 

Calgary, AB

On the second anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, remember the true cost of war and occupation: 100,000 IRAQI CIVILIANS DEAD AND COUNTING

When: Saturday, March 19 at 1pm

Where: Tomkins Park (17 Ave and 8 St. S.W.)

On the second anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, we will be remembering the thousands who have lost their lives or been wounded in the war and occupation. We will march silently through the streets listening to the names of the Iraqis who have died. This will be followed by speeches by the Very Reverend Bill Phipps and Dijla Al-Rekabi, an Iraqi-Canadian, at Tomkins Park. We encourage all who participate to dress in black and to carry black flags of mourning (coinciding with the Black Flag Campaign). For more information on the event or the Black Flag Campaign, go to http://www.candil.ca/

Castlegar, B.C.

Join with us on Saturday, March 19 at 2:00 pm.

Gather at Stephenville Square (Fields) for a march to the Castlegar Courthouse. Dove placards will be available but make and bring your own. At the Courthouse the Selkirk Students for Global Justice have planned a program of speakers who will articulate the view from the Valley, from Selkirk College and from Korea. Listen to the music we all love and to the inspiration of our local poets. On the open mike, express yourself, take this chance to speak truth to power.

The Kootenay Region Branch of the UNAC together with Selkirk Students for Global Justice and the USCC have planned this event to bring our Kootenay region into the international protest and expression of solidarity with the people on the ground in Iraq. Contact: George Richards This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Charlottetown, PEI

The Island Peace Committee will hold a rally and march on Saturday, March 19, at 2:00 p.m.

The Rally will begin on the steps of the PEI Legislative Building, Richmond Street, Charlottetown.

There will be speches, music and song; then a march throught the streets of downtown Charlottetown.

Cobourg, ON

Northumberland Peace Coalition

A bus is being organized to join a Global Day of Action on March 19, in Toronto. This day marks the second 'anniversary' of the US invasion of Iraq. The World STILL Says No to War, and Empire-bulding for global military and corporate control. Bus tickets, for $6, will be available from Furby House Books in Port Hope, and ZAP Records in Cobourg, later this week. Further information is available from Moe Berrigan at 905-885-4489 or Darrick and Leigh at (905) 344-5058.

 

Edmonton, AB

The Edmonton Coalition Against War and Racism (ECAWAR) will be holding an

'end the occupation' march and rally Saturday March 19, 2005, commemorating

the second anniversary of the US/UK unjust, immoral and illegal war on Iraq.

The march will start at 1:00 pm from the Gazebo near the Old Strathcona

Farmer's Market and proceed down Whyte (82nd) Avenue to Corbett Hall at 112

Street and 82 Avenue.

Next planning meeting for ECAWAR will be Sunday March 6, from 7:00 p.m. at

MCN. All peace movement people welcome.

 

 

Fredricton, NB

There will be a demonstration in Fredericton on March 19th to mark the 2nd anniversary of the invasion of Iraq.

The demo will begin at 1pm in front of City Hall.

Members of the local Food not Bombs group will be providing food.

All members of the community are welcome.

For info contact: Lyndsey A. Gallant This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Ft. Smith, NWT

Local 12, Union of Northern Workers is proud to announce

Global Days for Peace Action

Peace Film Series: March 14-16

Monday, March 14 - Berkeley in the Sixties. A documentary chronicling the emergence of the student movement in California with the Free Speech Movement and the antiwar movement that emerged from it.

Tuesday, March 15 - Kent State: The Day the War Came Home. The story of how 13 university students were shot by Ohio National Guard in May 1970 and why no one was ever punished.

Wednesday, March 16 - The War at Home. Madison, Wisconsin: a city known more for cheese than terrorism. This film tells the story of how a series of lies told by successive US governments resulted in the deaths of over 2 million Vietnamese and 58,000 Americans and turned Madison, along with thousands of other communities against the war.

Peace Coffee House: March 17

Come on out and peace out with a cup'a java, something sweet, and the acoustic sounds of Fort Smith's very own talented musical community.

All events take place in the Aurora College Foyer and begin at 7:30.

 

Grand Forks, B.C.

March 19-20th Iraq Anniversary: We will gather at 10:30 am at Gyro Park (beside City Hall) for a walk through town followed by a rally in front of Radio Shack. The First Nations community will use the Pow Wow Drum to begin the walk to honor the Iraqi civilian dead as well as the unfortunate American young men and women who have lost their lives and continue to lose their lives ( we would appreciate names of these unfortunate people so we can name them verbally as we walk and write their names on black flags or poster paper). The rally will include speakers and entertainers. Please join us and our global brothers and sisters in this International Call for Action.

 

 

Halifax, NS

The World Says End the War in Iraq

March and rally

Saturday March 19, 1pm

Be part of the global anti-war movement. Join us on March 19, when the world says end the war in Iraq. The illegal invasion and occupation of Iraq have led to the deaths of over 100 000 Iraqis and have left the country in ruins. Disregarding international law and using military might, the US is attempting to assert control over Middle East oil, extend their network of military bases and dominate an even greater share of the world's resources. Meet at the Halifax Common to join the global call for an end to the occupation of Iraq

For info see: http://hfxpeace.chebucto.org

Hamilton, ON

End the occupation of Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine! War resisters welcome here! No BMD! Fight racism! Stop Secret Trials in Canada!

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF ACTION FOR PEACE & JUSTICE

Demonstrate in Toronto

SATURDAY MARCH 19, 2005

Marking the second anniversary of the illegal Anglo-American invasion of Iraq, peace and justice groups around the world will gather to denounce the occupation. The European Social Forum, US war resisters, peace groups and millions around the world will demonstrate their continued resistance to the war and occupation.

The November 16 Coalition supports the emergency resolution adopted at the Canadian Peace Alliance convention last November. Read the resolution here

The November 16 Coalition - with the assistance of trade union and faith organizations - will run buses to Toronto for brunch with the United Steelworkers and participation in the demonstration.

GET ON THE BUS!

Buses will leave McMaster University's Sterling Street entrance at 10 am on Saturday, March 19, 2005. Tickets are at an incredibly low price: $5.00 (though larger donations will be gladly accepted to help those who haven't the ticket money.) We will arrive at the United Steelworkers Hall in Toronto for brunch and then join the demonstration at 1 pm in Nathan Philips Square (Toronto City Hall). After the demonstration, we will meet the buses at 5 pm and depart for Hamilton.

Please register to join us by calling Ann at 905-383-2156.

Published by the November 16 Coalition, Hamilton: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Kelowna, B.C.

The Kelowna Peace Group extends an invitation to the public to participate in a demonstration and walk for peace to be held in Kelowna on Saturday, March 19th, as part of International Global Days of Action Against War. Coordinated in Canada by the Canadian Peace Alliance, events are scheduled in over 30 countries, including Iraq, marking the second anniversary of the U.S. - led invasion and occupation of that country.

People are asked to assemble at The Sails Fountain in downtown Kelowna at 1:00 pm to hear brief addresses by local speakers followed by a walk to the Kelowna Unitarian Fellowship Hall, 1310 Bertram St. (at Cawston Ave.)

For further information contact Mark Haley 860-6108 or Bill Boyd 763-6040

 

Kingston, ON

Kingston Voices For Peace? - International Day of Action for Peace

Saturday, March 19th, 2 p.m. @ Memorial Hall, City Hall

The world will commemorate the second anniversary of the American invasion of Iraq. Peace Kingston & Queen?s Against War have invited Open Voices Choir, the Raging Grannies, The Space Between & Friends (drummers), local writers...

All welcome. Join world?s voices for peace!

Free admission (donations gladly accepted).

Wheelchair accessible.

Information: 544-5652 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Lethbridge, AB

The Lethbridge Network for Peace is organizing a rally and "die-in" to be held on March 19th, the 2nd anniversary of the War on Iraq.

Meet at City Hall at 1:00pm on March 19, and join with people throughout the world to say "end the occupation of Iraq."

Lethbridge Network for Peace

 

London, ON

Rally and March:

MARCH 19th (Sat)

1:00pm

NW entrance Victoria Park

Music by The Suits. Speakers followed by march on Richmond to the film venue (below) Bring your own drums, signs, and VOICE.

Film Showing: The Fourth World War

2:00pm

First St Andrew United Church (Queens and Waterloo)

Music by Jake Levesque, Further Action booths, Open Discussion.

 

Medicine Hat, AB

Friday, Marcy 18: Raging Grannies rehearsal

Saturday, March 19: B'Hai New Years Dinner catered by Worlds of Women together.

Sunday, March 20: 5 Combined Choirs at St Johns Presbyterian Church. (Death and resurrection of the Prince of Peace)

Monday, March 21: "One World One Beat" -Drum circle. 6:00 at the clock tower at City Hall (an hour before city council meeting)

The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. All drummers and speakers welcome. (Contact Heather Baum, SEARCH Society)

Midland, ON

Peaceworks is organizing a rally to start outside the Library on King St. at 11am on Saturday, March 19.

Come and join in a walk to the Peace Garden and back.

Mississauga, ON

A global day of action, Saturday March 19, 10:15 am

Rally in Mississauga

THE WORLD SAYS: END THE WAR!

End the occupation of Iraq, End Canadian complicity, End racist profiling

Gather in the square in front of the City Hall

Assemble by the "Lest We Forget" fountain just east of the Central Library

Beside Burnhamthorpe Rd., just west of Hurontario St.

Speakers include MP Carolyn Parrish, Steve Watson (CAW) and Shaila Kibria (University of Toronto, Mississauga)

Charter bus to Toronto

At 11:30 A CHARTERED ANTI-WAR BUS DEPARTS FOR THE DEMONSTRATION IN DOWNTOWN TORONTO

SEATS ON THE ANTI-WAR BUS ARE ONLY $5 FOR A RETURN TRIP (the return trip leave Nathan Phillip Square Toronto for Mississauga at 4pm)...

CONTACT US TO BOOK NOW: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it OR CALL KEN @ 416-520-5480 (LEAVE A MESSAGE WITH YOUR NAME, TELE#, NUMBER OF SEATS YOU WOULD LIKE)

Organized by the Mississauga Coalition for Peace and Justice (MCPJ) This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

OR check out: www.geocities.com/mississaugacoalition/

 

 

Montreal, Qu?bec

Saturday, 19 March 2005, 1 pm

MASS DEMONSTRATION IN MONTREAL

Departing from Dorchester Square (Peel & Rene-Levesque ? Peel metro)

On 19 March, we will demand the immediate withdrawal of all occupation troops from Iraq. By the same token, we will also reject the so-called "war on terror", serving as a smokescreen for the new drive for conquest and domination around the world by the US and their allies.

For more information : www.echecalaguerre.org

 

Niagara/St Catherines, ON

Troops Out Now !!

Global Day Of Action Against

The Occupation Of Iraq

Palestine, Afghanistan, Haiti...

Rally And March

Saturday, March 19

Nathan Philips Square

Toronto 1:00 Pm

Protest Signs, Banners & Flags Are Welcome

Please Bring Your Own Food & Water

Rain Gear If Necessary

** Bus **

SCDLC Human Rights Committee Has Sponsored

A Bus With Nc4p For Peace Activists To Participate

Boarding Of Bus Will Start 10:45 Am

From North Side (James St) Of St Catharines City Hall, Church St

Departure 11:00 Am Sharp

Return 5:00 Pm

$5.00 Donation Requested

Contacts:

Steve Kucha, Chair Human Rights Committee

St Catharines & District Labour Council

trkspk@sympatico

 

North Battleford, SK

In Conjunction with the International Day of Action to End the War in Iraq

Battlefords Concerned Citizens Present:

"A Little Matter of Genocide"

A Lecture by Ward Churchill

Saturday, March 19, 2005

North Battleford Public Library

2:00 pm

to follow the

TROOPS OUT NOW:

THE WORLD SAYS END THE WAR march and rally

meet at the North Battleford Public Library

1:00pm

 

Oakville, ON

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF ACTION FOR PEACE & JUSTICE

Demonstrate in Toronto

SATURDAY MARCH 19, 2005

GET ON THE BUS!

OAKVILLE GO STATION:

Buses will leave Oakville GO Station (north-side near kiss and ride area) at 11:30 am on Saturday, March 19, 2005. Tickets are $4.00. - Contact Halton Peace Network at 905-257 6756 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to book a seat.

Sponsoring Organizations: November 16 Coalition; Burlington Association for Nuclear Disarmament; and Halton Peace Network.

 

Ottawa, ON

MOBILIZE FOR MARCH 19, 2005 SECOND ANNIVERSARY OF THE US LED INVASION OF IRAQ. We ask all groups who are against the illegal and immoral war and occupation in Iraq - peace groups, unions, faith groups, and NGOs - to send representatives to the next meeting in Ottawa to plan a mobilization for this important weekend. Make sure your group has a say in what we do!

Decisions from the first meeting: March and Rally, Saturday, March 19 at 1pm, starting from Minto Park, Corner of Elgan and Gilmore. Mark your calendar. Themes: Is this liberation? End the occupation. Troops out of Iraq. No Canadian collaboration. When: February 1, 7 pm Where: CUPE Boardroom, 20 James, Entrance at back, ring bell for admittance. www.nowar-paix.ca/M19

Peterborough, ON

Saturday, March 19: Anti-War Rally Bus to Toronto

OPIRG Peterborough is organizing a bus to Toronto to allow local students and community members to take part in the "Troops Out Now!" Rally in at Nathan Phillips Square on Saturday, March 19. The bus leaves from Sadleir House (751 George St. N.) at 11:00 am and costs $5/PWYC. Call 741-1208 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to reserve a spot.

Sunday March 20th: Candlelight Vigil

OPIRG Peterborough will host a candlelight vigil to remember those who have been killed as a result of the US-led invasion of Iraq two years ago. The vigil will be a space where the Peterborough community will be able to share their thoughts and come together to hope for a better world. There will be a sing-along with peace and justice songs. There will be a speak-out where people can say what is on their minds, talk about ideas for action, perform a song or read poetry. Different religious groups will be represented at the vigil and will help to lead some multi-faith prayer. We will also stand in silence to commemorate the victims of

 

Port Hope, ON

Northumberland Peace Coalition A bus is being organized to join a Global Day of Action on March 19, in Toronto. This day marks the second 'anniversary' of the US invasion of Iraq. The World STILL Says No to War, and Empire-bulding for global military and corporate control. Bus tickets, for $6, will be available from Furby House Books in Port Hope, and ZAP Records in Cobourg, later this week. Further information is available from Moe Berrigan at 905-885-4489 or Darrick and Leigh at (905) 344-5058.

 

Prince Albert, SK

We have organizing meetings every Thursday at 5 pm in the co op cafeteria with a steak supper.

contact Larry Zepp at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Prince George, B.C.

We're planning a Peace Walk in Prince George BC in conjunction with Global Day of Action.

March 19, 2005.

13:00 hrs

Meet at the front steps of the Pr George Courthouse, 3rd Avenue.

We will have some people speaking about Peace and Social Justice. We will walk to City Hall, then to Fort George Park and along the Fraser River.

Bring a sign, make a banner, read a poem... share your ideas and concerns with other people.

Contact: Vince DeCoste (250) 962-6568

 

 

 

Quebec City, PQ

Samedi 19 mars, 13h

COMMENT AFFIRMER NOTRE OBJECTION ? LA MILITARISATION DU MONDE, ? LA GUERRE ?CONOMIQUE OU AUX POLITIQUES DE DESTRUCTION MASSIVE? ? l'occasion de la Journ?e mondiale du 2e anniversaire de l'invasion/occupation de l'Irak.

- Conf?rence de Jooneed Khan (La Presse): Le conflit en Irak ou le conflit international

- Conf?rence de Robert Jasmin (ATTAC-Qu?bec): La guerre ?conomique qui fait rage et l'approche violente de l'administration Bush.

- Suivi d'ateliers sur des moyens d'objection (Nos imp?ts pour la paix, les fonds ?thiques, etc.)

Lieu: Universit? Laval, pavillon De Koninck, salle 1B.

Par : la commission Paix du R?seau du Forum social de Qu?bec Chaudi?re-Appalaches. En collaboration avec le CAPMO, ATTAC-Qu?bec et l'UFP-Laval.

http://www.coalitionsquebec.org (418) 254-6448

Quesnel, B.C.

March 18th

The Quesnel Peace Action Group is organizing a rally and march slated for March 18th. Meet at 4pm outside the Youth center ( Helen Dixon / Farmers Market field ). March at 5pm

Saint John, NB

MARCH 19TH at 1pm

King's Square

Saint John, NB

RALLY AND MARCH

Saint John People for Peace

Contact: Greg Cook

506-693-5161 /

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Salt Spring Island, B.C.

On Salt Spring Island we plan an afternoon of activities on Mar. 19th.

A vigil in the park, films and refreshments, and a 'card' of thanks to the federal government for keeping us out of ballistic missile defence.

Coalition of Concerned Citizens of SSI and other groups

Sarnia, ON

March 19

PeaceWorks of Sarnia, Ontario, will be taking part in the Global Days for Peace and Action,

The organization, and all who share its concerns, will meet on the sidewalk, at the edge of the Lambton Mall Parking Lot, beside London Road. This road carries the largest volume of traffic in Sarnia.

We begin a half-hour silent vigil, carrying signs which illuminate our concerns, at noon. At 12:30, we shall gather for a brief closing ceremony.

Up to 200 residents have joined us for observances at this site, over the past two years.

March 20

We will join in drumming a Peace Wave, hosted by the local Unitarian Fellowship. Following their service, those present will drum, on dedicated or improvised drums, from noon until 1:15 p.m. The time allows for overlapping with drummers in the Central Time Zone, continuing a wave that will continue around the world.

March 20 has significance in many religions and cultures with whom we are collaborating for peace.

Contact: Allan Wells for more info

Saskatoon, SK

Rally at City Hall (by the Cenotaph opposite the library) from noon to 1 p.m. (latest)

Saturday March 19th with the theme "No More Invasions! No More Bombs! No More War!"

The programme will be a speaker, singers, an open microphone and the laying of flowers on the Cenotaph in memory of all those civilians and soldiers who have died in past and present wars.

This is the second anniversary of the invasion of Iraq. Please come to the rally to show your support for the beleaguered people of Iraq and your opposition to violence and war.

Sponsored by the Saskatoon Peace Coalition.

Call or email: Michael Murphy, Chair, Saskatoon Peace Coalition phone 306-653-5636 email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Toronto, ON

TROOPS OUT NOW!

March 19th 2005

The World Still Says No To War

Rally and March 1 pm,

Nathan Phillips Square

for info see www.nowar.ca or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Vancouver, B.C.

Global Day of Action. Rally and March on the 2nd anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq.

Saturday, March 19. 1130am

Gather at Seaforth Peace Flame Park (South end of Burrard Bridge) Vancouver for

March to 1pm. Rally at Sunset Beach, Music & fun

Speaker: Walden Bello, Focus on the Global South, Walden is just returning from the 5th World Social Forum held in Porte Alegre Brazil.

www.stopwar.ca

ALSO A Public forum on Iraq and the anti-war movement today

Featuring:

Dahr Jamail, who will show new footage of the battle

of Fallujah, taken as an 'unembedded' journalist inside Fallujah.

and Walden Bello, who will speak on the Anti-War movement today.

Friday, March 18, 7.00 p.m. doors

St Andrew's Wesley Church, (Burrard at Nelson),

Sliding scale admission $5 - $10 (no one turned away)

 

Victoria, B.C.

March on the second anniversary of the war in Iraq

March 19th starting 1:00 pm at Centennial Square

Endorsers to date include: Victoria Peace Coalition, Green Party, University of Victoria Students Society, War Resisters Support Campaign, International Socialists

Organizing meetings continuing every Thursday - next on March 3rd at 5 pm, Room B024, UVic Student Union Bldg For info call 385-3934

Windsor, ON

Saturday, March 19

March and Rally

Noon - Gather at Jackson Park (Tecumseh & Ouellette) to march to the river

1 pm - Rally in Dieppe Park (Riverside & Ouellette)

NO TO WAR AND OCCUPATION ? TROOPS OUT NOW!

Contact Windsor Peace Coalition at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for posters or information about how to get involved. Everyone is welcome.

Whitehorse, NWT

on Saturday the 19th at 6:30 in the basement of the United Church

We're having a gathering -- potluck, speakers, petitions against Iraq occupation, and against investing our CPP funds in Monsanto, Halliburton and Coca Cola, letter writing, sing along of peace songs, and possibly a film

 

 

Winnipeg, MB

International Day of Action on Saturday March 19, 2005 to mark the 2nd year of the military occupation of Iraq.

The No War Coalition (Manitoba) is organizing a march followed by activities to remember the Iraqi victims and demonstrate broad opposition to war and occupation.

Assemble at the Manitoba Legislature at 12:30 p.m.

Contact: Garth at 885-1142 for more information.

 

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