Victoria Sep 20, 2017
In celebration of UN International Day of Peace, we are hosting a free public screening of the award-winning documentary "A Bold Peace". The film presents Costa Rica’s inspiring path of demilitarizati
Toronto Sep 23, 2017 to Sep 24, 2017
Free event for people interested in working, studying or volunteering abroad.
Toronto Sep 23, 2017
A photo of marchers from a previous Toronto Disability Pride March holding the main banner
The 7th Annual Toronto Disability Pride March Saturday September 23, 2017 Starting at Queens Park and marching to the School of Disability Studies at Ryerson #TDPM2017
Ottawa Sep 24, 2017
Women welcome to attend the Canadian Voice of Women's Annual General Meeting in Ottawa. Become a member of Canada's oldest national women's peace organization and help to build a culture of peace.
Ottawa Sep 24, 2017
Panel discussion on nonviolence in Canada.
Toronto Sep 24, 2017
An evening of music, art and ideas with WINONA LADUKE
Toronto Sep 26, 2017
Toronto's most diverse poetry reading and open mic series
Toronto Sep 27, 2017
The 2017 Toronto Climate film festival starts off with a screening of Before the Flood. Discussion in support of TransformTO, Toronto’s climate action plan will follow the film.
Toronto Oct 1, 2017
Amy Goodman, American broadcast journalist, syndicated columnist, investigative reporter and author of six books will be speaking as part of's fall fundraiser.
Vancouver Oct 16, 2017
Come see what a coffee refund system can achieve and participate in a conversation about how binning can support green communities -- and vice versa!
Burnaby Oct 20, 2017
G Day is a day of empowerment for girls aged 10-12 and their adult Champions, designed to inspire positive self-esteem and supportive family and community relationships during this key life phase.
Gatineau Nov 2, 2017
Word cloud of CWCF conference
The movement for workplace democracy has always had a radical, transformative vision. These radical roots also call us to new radical routes, i.e., what is our way forward as a movement of solidarity
Toronto Nov 3, 2017
Premiere Launch of Burstow's novel The Other Mrs. Smith (a gripping novel centred on electroshock, which illuminates the damage done by it and questions the meaning of normalcy. Readings & speak-out