Indigenous Sovereignty Week, 2nd annual

Oct 27, 2010 to Nov 5, 2010
different venues Ottawa
45° 24' 41.6592" N, 75° 41' 53.4984" W
The week is a part of a national grassroots initiative to build relationships and raise awareness about the issues and struggles of indigenous people that are often marginalized in Canadian society.

Celebrating victories in environmental law

Oct 26, 2010
Museum of Natural History
1747 Summer St.
Halifax , NS
44° 38' 43.3428" N, 63° 35' 7.548" W
Nova Scotia CA
A special evening to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Ecojustice Canada.

'Our Water, Our Lives' rally

Oct 14, 2010
Queen's Park Toronto , ON
43° 39' 9" N, 79° 22' 54.0012" W
Ontario CA
Tell the provincial government to protect our water!

'Alternatives to Growth' book launch and Work Less Party

Oct 15, 2010 to Oct 16, 2010
Kule Theatre (MacEwan University) & First Free Store
~ Details Below ~
Edmonton , AB
53° 32' 36.8304" N, 113° 29' 25.6272" W
Alberta CA
Edmonton Small Press Association, Music is a Weapon, the MacEwan Student's Association & the First Free Store are excited to present acclaimed arts-activist, author and rabble-rouser Conrad Schmidt.
Forum topic

Primal Culture vs Modern Culture and Their Relationships With Nature

What are the philosophies, ideologies and practices that inform primal culture versus modern culture?

Is it possible that primal culture could have or may become the dominant culture?

If primal culture were to become dominant, what would our world look like?

What are the fundamental diffences between primal and modern culture?

The fundamental differences are in their views concerning spirituality versus religion, their relationship surrounding land and the environment, their economic activities, the use of tools, work, "industrialism", technology and "science".


No pipeline! Protest outside Enbridge's cocktail party

Sep 28, 2010
Carleton Lodge (under covered area)
Mountain Square
Whistler , BC
50° 6' 47.2752" N, 122° 57' 17.6868" W
British Columbia CA
In solidarity with communities fighting the Enbridge Pipeline from the tar sands to the B.C. Coast.
Forum topic

DisOrientation 2010 @ York University

Political and Social Justice - Radically Different, Politically Progressive

DisOrientation 2010 @ York University ::Taking Back OUR Campus!::

- Keele Campus: September 23 to October 1
- Workshops :: Actions :: Film Screenings :: FREE Concert
- ALL Welcome :: ALL Events are FREE & ACCESSIBLE :: Child Care Available


Beach dance party No Tanks Flotilla send-off!

Oct 17, 2010
English Bay Beach
Denman and Davie
Vancouver , BC
49° 17' 14.1648" N, 123° 8' 30.4584" W
British Columbia CA
Bring your boat, your friends and family, and a placard or sign and join us in saying "No TANKS! Save B.C. Waters from Crude Oil Tankers!"

Walking the Talk: Human Rights Abroad

Sep 27, 2010
Parliament Hill Ottawa , ON
45° 24' 41.6592" N, 75° 41' 53.4984" W
Ontario CA
Canada's Operations Abroad - Community Impacts and the Case for New Legislation
Forum topic

Engage Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada in a 15 minute LIVE broadcast on new fluoridation policy.

Something exciting has happened! The Green party of Canada has resolved to end fluoridation across Canada! It is official party platform. Let's engage E-May in a 15 minute LIVE conversation of this exciting new policy with the Toronto Coalition Against Fluoridation. Vote for it at: http://www.themarknews.com/contests/3-win-a-conversation-with-elizabeth-.... You can vote one time, every day!


The Dinner Plate Project

Sep 19, 2010
High Perspective Hang Gliding School
1150 Hwy 7 Pickering, ON
L0H 1J0 Pickering , ON
43° 51' 34.6248" N, 79° 1' 34.104" W
Ontario CA
We are inviting you to join 399 people to form the symbol of a large diner plate. Within the plate a text will read, "eat local." On either side of the plate a knife, fork and spoon will be formed.

Green Screens presents Worst Case Scenario

Sep 1, 2010
NFB Mediatheque
150 John St. (at Richmond St. W)
M5V3C3 Toronto , ON
43° 38' 57.9264" N, 79° 23' 27.1716" W
Ontario CA
Residents along the Clearwater River in Alberta, opposed to a proposed sour gas well, fear the impact a deadly hydrogen sulphide leak could have on their lives.


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