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Friday October 22, 2010
Start: 4:00 pm

Organized by our friends and allies at the Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape

The theme of this year's march is '30 years of Struggle, Resistance, and Liberation'

JOIN the Migrant Justice contingent, meet at 8pm at the south-east corner of the Yonge & Dundas intersection.
LOOK out for the red No One Is Illegal flags.

Friday Oct. 22
Yonge-Dundas Square
4pm-8pm: Community Fair/Town Cry/Rally
8pm-9:30pm: March

We march because we remember much more than 30 years of struggle.
Over 30 years of women and trans people of colour fighting for gender equity and rights in this city.
Over 30 years of migrant women fighting for the right to live, work and move with justice and dignity.
Over 30 years of our indigenous sisters fighting for sovereignty and the right to self determination.

Monday November 01, 2010
Start: 7:00 pm

Organized by Barriere Lake Solidarity (Toronto) & OPIRG-Toronto

Hear firsthand from members of the Algonquins of Barriere Lake (the Mitchikanibikok Inik) about how Canada and Quebec are trying to terminate their nation -- and what the Algonquins of Barriere Lake and their supporters are doing to stop them.

WHEN: Monday, November 1st, 7pm-9pm
WHERE: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), 252 Bloor St. West, Rm. 5280
HOSTED BY: Barriere Lake Solidarity (Toronto) & OPIRG - Toronto

The Algonquins of Barriere Lake are a small First Nation community in northern Quebec, part of the Algonquin Nation. They are a tough people - among the last Algonquins to maintain their own language, their traditional economy, traditional knowledge and traditional governance after centuries of colonialism. The community has always had a clear understanding that their survival as a people depends on maintaining their language, their relationship to the land, and their way of life. And crucial to defending these and transmitting traditional knowledge is their traditional form of government.

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