Feb 23, 2017 to Jul 13, 2017
The Free School seeks to open a discussion on the question of the extent to which what we are witnessing today is a return to classic twentieth century “fascism”
Ottawa Mar 28, 2017
This community classroom is developed in response to a phenomenon of increasing precarious work across industries therefore increasing economic insecurity.
Burnaby Mar 29, 2017
Come out and show your support for 100% fossil fuel divestment within the next 5 years!
Mar 30, 2017 to Apr 2, 2017
Peeling back the layers of the unknown, and forging a path to understanding, Light Breaking Through BROKEN is the personal journey of two artists reconnecting with language, culture and identity.
Toronto Mar 31, 2017
The NDN way re-imagines, remixes and interprets philosophies about medicine teachings, pipe ceremonies, sweat lodges and death in a highly theatrical, visual art-warp.
Toronto/Scarborough Apr 1, 2017
The Scarborough Seedy Saturday and Green Fair is back on April1 and is popular heirloom seed exchange/sale , gardening and environmental event.
Toronto Apr 1, 2017
A public lecture by: Robin D.G. Kelley, Professor, Gary B. Nash Endowed Chair in U.S. History , UCLA
Toronto Apr 4, 2017
Toronto and climate change.
Toronto Apr 4, 2017
Join the Rowers Reading Series for an amazing April evening of poetry and prose readings with “mini feature” Jeff Cottrill and authors Jasmine D’Costa, Pamela Mordecai and Molly Peacock.
Vancouver Apr 4, 2017
In their own words, Wherever I Find Myself holds the diverse and personal stories by authors of all types of ethnicities and intersecting identities.
Toronto Apr 10, 2017
Report back from delegates
Toronto Apr 25, 2017
Toronto's most diverse poetry & open mic series
poetry reading, spoken word, open mic
Toronto Jun 1, 2017
The Canadian Voice of Women for Peace (VOW Peace) will be hosting its annual gala on June 1st 2017.