This ain't Canada -- Day action in Toronto
UPDATE: The organizers have postponed this rally.
The call out:
"This is a peaceful gathering for the Canadian people to come together on July 1 at Queens Park, in response to this G20 police officers' unacceptable comments that "This ain't Canada right now," and "There are no civil rights in this area."
Read the full article here:
Don't believe Canada is changing??
Happy birthday Canada, your government implemented the HST (Hated Sales Tax) on Canada Day!! http://www.torontosun.com//news/torontoandgta/2010/06/30/14571046.html
McGuinty government passed an illegal law that violated the Canadian constitution (Charter Rights and Freedoms) http://www.thestar.com/news/ontario/article/902817
McGuinty government behind illegal tax (ECO-TAX)
Harper government initiative (F-35 Fighter jets) cost to soar to $29 BILLION for the tax payers http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/story/2011/03/10/pol-pbo-page-fighterjet...
Harper government to spend $9 billion for new super jails
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