Sign the petition against security certificates before March 20th

Thursday, February 24, 2011 - 18:59 to Sunday, March 20, 2011 - 18:59

The Harkat Support Committee plans to present the petition against security certificates to the Minister of Citizenship & Immigration, Jason Kenney during a protest on March 22nd. We hope to reach at least 3000 signatures by then. We are looking for more endorsements from groups (religious, political, environmental or other), organizations, locals, unions and many many more individuals.

Please sign our new statement against Security Certificates at
Please circulate widely and post ! Tell your family, friends and co-workers !
Your support is crucial. We CAN make a difference!

Thanks for your continued support and time

In Solidarity,

Sophie Harkat

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