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Activists get creative on National Day of Action against Jason Kenney

No One Is Illegal activists get creative for the July 24 National Day of Action against Jason Kenney. (www.nooneisillegal.org)

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International Day against Homophobia and Trans*phobia

May 17 is the International Day against Homophobia and Trans*phobia which is an international day of awareness, advocacy and celebration of sexual and gender diversity. The day was created to attract the attention of policy makers, opinion leaders, media and the general public to the daily violence faced by LGBTQQIA2S (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual and two-spirited) people around the world. In just a decade, the day has ballooned to be a significant call to action by queer folks to mobilize around international injustices.  

Evolution of the day

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All Out! Day of Action at Ontario Legislature on the private clinics

Wednesday, May 14, 2014 - 9:30am

Location

Queen's Park Toronto, ON
Canada
43° 39' 11.6136" N, 79° 22' 59.4624" W

Join us Wednesday May 14 to deliver the results of our citizen-led referendum to Queen's Park. We would like to invite as many people as possible for the morning events.

Beginning promptly at 9:30 a.m. there will be a briefing on the grass outside the south facing main doors at Queen's Park, followed with a media event at 10 a.m. to deliver the ballot boxes up to the front doors of Queen's Park. At 10:30 a.m. we invite everyone to head into the Legislature to fill the gallery for Question Period. Help us to maximize the pressure on the Premier to stop the privateclinics before it is too late.

Demand compensation for the victims of Rana Plaza

One year after the warehouse garment factory known as Rana Plaza in Savar, Bangladesh collapsed and families are still left without financial compensation from some of the world's biggest clothing brands. The Rana Plaza Arrangement was created to ensure that families and injured workers would receive just compensation. The fund only has $16 million from the companies - but they need at least $40 million to fairly compensate all families and workers affected.

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March 21, 2014 |
"The quality of health care that Canadians receive should not depend on where you live or your ability to pay," said James Clancy, NUPGE National President.

National Day of Action for a New Health Accord (Brampton)

Monday, March 31, 2014 - 11:30am - 1:30pm

Location

Tim Horton's, Shoppers' World
497 Main St. S.
Brampton, ON
Canada
43° 40' 4.9188" N, 79° 44' 13.4304" W

March 31st marks the expiry of the 2004 Health Accord and the federal government has refused to negotiate a new accord.

We are sounding the alarm about the federal government’s funding cuts to wake Canadians up to what this means for our health-care services. Removing $36 billion from our health care system will put an end to national standards. It will lead to the fragmentation of services across the country and that increasingly, access to care will depend on where you live.

Video: Day of Action against the Trans-Pacific Partnership and Corporate Globalization

On January 31, 2014, the Council of Canadians participated in an Inter-Continental Day of Action against the Trans-Pacific Partnership and Corporate Globalization. Actions and events took place in more than 50 cities across Canada, the United States, Mexico and Australia. 

Dan Peruzzo of D See Video Productions captured the action in Comox, British Columbia and is inviting everyone to share and post the video to their websites, Facebook accounts and listserves. It's a good time to do so with TPP negotiations continuing behind closed doors in Singapore this week.

Intercontinental Day of Action Against Corporate Globalization

Free trade and globalization have long been touted by academics and politicians as the answer to the problems of the modern world. But activists have seen first-hand the devestation that corporate globalization can cause.

It’s important to recognize the devastating effects of corporate globalization on local workers and communities. When companies close down Canadian plants in favour of finding cheaper labour elsewhere, what happens to cities like Leamington and London, ON?

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| January 24, 2014
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