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Friday October 23, 2009
Start: 6:00 pm

Oct 23 PosterNo One Is Illegal-Toronto urges all its supporters and allies to join us
in this very important event

A Migrant Justice Assembly with Salimah Valiani, Amina Sherazee, Himani Bannerji and David McNally

Friday, October 23
245 Church Street (Room ENG-LG11)

* Did you know that in 2008 more temporary workers entered the workforce
than permanent residents in to Canada?

* Did you know that Canada has cut its refugee acceptance rate in half
over the last 20 years?

* Did you know that there are over half a million people in the country
without status, over half in the GTA?

Come and hear about how the broken immigration system is being shattered. Share your own stories. Build relationships. Develop ideas for the way ahead. Come prepared to talk back!

Registration and Refreshments at 6:00; Event starts at 6:30pm sharp

Thursday November 05, 2009
Start: 1:30 pm

Thursday, November 5th, 2009
1:30 pm
St. James Park (King St. E and Jarvis St.)

Join with the Canadian Federation of Students
at 4:00pm at Queen's Park

The Tories are bent on creating a new class of super-exploited immigrant
labour. Just like the United States' racist and exploitative Bracero
Programs of the 1950s-60s, Immigration Minister Kenney is proposing new
Temporary Foreign Worker program regulations that will only benefit
employers. Migrant workers are being forced out and denied the chance to
gain the rights of citizens or permanent residents. We call on all
people, migrants, trade unionists, students and poor people to resist!

For years, they have been telling us no money exists for decent wages,
proper housing, childcare, education or health care and, certainly, no
money to ensure that poor people on assistance can pay the rent and eat
properly. Yet when the banks and corporations ask for help, public money

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