Saskatoon Common Causes action

Monday, January 28, 2013 - 16:00 to 17:00

People in communities across Canada will come together under a banner of “Common Causes” on January 28 as MPs head back to the Hill and Parliament resumes. The Saskatoon launch will take place:

Place and Time - Multi-purpose room at Station 20 West 1120 20th Street West - 11:00 a.m. 

Contact: Rick Sawa [email protected] 

Common Causes/Causes Communes is an assembly of social movements dedicated to defending democracy, the environment and human rights. 

It brings together groups and individuals across the country to act together for a better society in the face of the current Conservative government’s agenda that is weakening environmental protections, cutting public services and jobs, ignoring workers’ rights, attacking civil liberties and eroding democracy. 

The assembly believes that coordinated action is needed to take a strong stand against the current federal government agenda that is changing society in critical areas such as the economy, the environment, labour rights, health care, food safety, education, social programs, culture, civil liberties, peace and poverty. 

Common Causes will launch its website on January 28. In the meantime, you can find out more and join the discussion on Facebook (don’t forget to “like” us!) and on Twitter using #commoncauses 

We invite you to join in this demonstration of support and commitment for progressive change. If you are interested in taking part in an action on January 28, please email [email protected] 

There will be many spontaneous events in Canada and around the world in support of #CommonCauses and #IdleNoMore as both are working together on the January 28 th organizing, but here are some key events for the Common Causes launch.

Saskatoon , SK
Canada
52° 8' 3.732" N, 106° 38' 51.5616" W
Saskatchewan CA

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