A People's Visit To The Metro Toronto Convention Centre

Tuesday, June 8, 2010 - 14:00 to 15:30

A PEOPLE'S VISIT TO THE METRO TORONTO CONVENTION CENTRE

Bring Large Placards and Signs Describing the Worlds We Wish to Live In

We've spent the last eight months knocking on doors, talking to families, friends
and neighbours, arranging transportation and accommodation, gathering food,
sleeping bags and tents and supporting over a dozen actions that will take place
between June 21-27, 2010. Thousands of people are planning to attend these events
that will showcase the world we wish to live in.

Throughout all this, the G20 leaders have remained in hiding, while their lackeys,
the Toronto Police, the RCMP, CSIS and now the Integrated Security Unit have
harassed and intimidated organizers, bought themselves CAD $1,100,000,000 worth of
weapons, fences and goons and made plans to turn the city into a residents'
nightmare.

Of course, for us, this isn't about the cops, it's about the G20's anti-people and
anti-environmental policies. So on June 8th, we are going up to the Metro Toronto
Convention Centre with large placards describing the world we wish to live in. A
world with Indigenous Sovereignty and Self-Determination, Environmental and
Climate Justice, Migrant Justice and an End to War and Occupation, Income Equity
and Community Control over Resources, Gender Justice and Queer and disAbility
Rights.

We invite everyone to join us with their own signs and placards. And your own
cameras and recorders. On a walk through the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. The
G20's policies impact our communities everywhere - our resistance is also
everywhere.

NOTE: Speakers at this event include people who have faced police intimidation and
violence, organizers from the summit legal project and community organizers.

For more info please visit: http://g20.torontomobilize.org/

Metro Toronto Convention Centre
222 Bremner Blvd.
Toronto
Canada
43° 38' 32.5212" N, 79° 23' 2.8968" W
CA

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