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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

Friday November 20, 2009
Start: 1:00 pm

Friday, November 20, 2009
(Universal Children's Day)
1:00pm - 3:00pm
Harbord Collegiate
286 Harbord Street

In May 2007, Toronto's parents, teachers, students and community
organizers won the right for non-status children to enter TDSB schools.

This makes Toronto the only city in the country where non-status children
can study.

Sounds great, right?

Except, most teachers, staff or students haven't heard about the policy
Except, migrant communities have not been informed
Except, Peel and Catholic District School Board still bar students Except, graduating students are unable to get post-secondary education

We won. But the struggle continues.
We want an Education. Stop the Deportations.

-On November 20, 2009, come to the launch of the Education Not Deportation
-Watch a performance by Jane and Finch's theater troupe Nomanzland
-Learn how community mobilization can win victories. Join the struggle
to further the fight for Status for All

Tuesday November 24, 2009
Start: 6:30 pm

Jane and Finch Community ForumJane Finch Action Against Poverty and NOII present:

Jane and Finch Community Forum on Immigration
Tuesday November 24
Palisades Cineplex (15 San Romanoway, east of Jane and Finch)

- Deportations have increased 50% in the last ten years
- Poverty in new immigrant communities has increased 125% in the last year
- Police are attacking youth of colour in schools and on the streets
- Proposed regulations aim to make migrants permanently temporary
- The refugee system is being broken further
- The family reunification program is shrinking
- Migrants are the last hired, and in this recession the first fired

Come out to a community discussion on what is wrong with the immigration
system and what we can to do to fight back.

Click here to read more.

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