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Friday November 18, 2011
(all day)
Start: 9:00 pm
End: 9:00 pm

***PLEASE CHECK www.defendersoftheland.org/toronto REGULARLY FOR CHANGES***

NOTE: Because of the move of the pow-wow back to Toronto on Nov. 19-20, ISW will be spread out over 2 weeks this year.

Monday, November 14
6.30pm – 9pm
Native Canadian Centre of Toronto

Opening Ceremony

This event will feature an Elders’ welcome, traditional Big Drum opening, and open mic. Come early for the feast.

Eagle Heart Drum
Lee Maracle (Stó:l?)
Roger Obonsawin (Abenaki)

Emcee: Tannis Nielsen (Cree)

Tuesday, November 15
6.30pm – 9pm
@ Beit Zatoun Community Centre, 612 Markham St. (near Bathurst Subway Stn)

Racialized Peoples on Stolen Lands

This event will feature sharing circles on relationship building across Indigenous and other racialized communities.

Do you identify as racialized and/or Indigenous? Do you think building relationships among our communities is important?

Saturday November 19, 2011
(all day)
Start: 9:00 pm
End: 9:00 pm

***PLEASE CHECK www.defendersoftheland.org/toronto REGULARLY FOR CHANGES***

NOTE: Because of the move of the pow-wow back to Toronto on Nov. 19-20, ISW will be spread out over 2 weeks this year.

Monday, November 14
6.30pm – 9pm
Native Canadian Centre of Toronto

Opening Ceremony

This event will feature an Elders’ welcome, traditional Big Drum opening, and open mic. Come early for the feast.

Eagle Heart Drum
Lee Maracle (Stó:l?)
Roger Obonsawin (Abenaki)

Emcee: Tannis Nielsen (Cree)

Tuesday, November 15
6.30pm – 9pm
@ Beit Zatoun Community Centre, 612 Markham St. (near Bathurst Subway Stn)

Racialized Peoples on Stolen Lands

This event will feature sharing circles on relationship building across Indigenous and other racialized communities.

Do you identify as racialized and/or Indigenous? Do you think building relationships among our communities is important?

Sunday November 20, 2011
(all day)
Start: 9:00 pm
End: 9:00 pm

***PLEASE CHECK www.defendersoftheland.org/toronto REGULARLY FOR CHANGES***

NOTE: Because of the move of the pow-wow back to Toronto on Nov. 19-20, ISW will be spread out over 2 weeks this year.

Monday, November 14
6.30pm – 9pm
Native Canadian Centre of Toronto

Opening Ceremony

This event will feature an Elders’ welcome, traditional Big Drum opening, and open mic. Come early for the feast.

Eagle Heart Drum
Lee Maracle (Stó:l?)
Roger Obonsawin (Abenaki)

Emcee: Tannis Nielsen (Cree)

Tuesday, November 15
6.30pm – 9pm
@ Beit Zatoun Community Centre, 612 Markham St. (near Bathurst Subway Stn)

Racialized Peoples on Stolen Lands

This event will feature sharing circles on relationship building across Indigenous and other racialized communities.

Do you identify as racialized and/or Indigenous? Do you think building relationships among our communities is important?

Monday November 21, 2011
(all day)
Start: 9:00 pm
End: 9:00 pm

***PLEASE CHECK www.defendersoftheland.org/toronto REGULARLY FOR CHANGES***

NOTE: Because of the move of the pow-wow back to Toronto on Nov. 19-20, ISW will be spread out over 2 weeks this year.

Monday, November 14
6.30pm – 9pm
Native Canadian Centre of Toronto

Opening Ceremony

This event will feature an Elders’ welcome, traditional Big Drum opening, and open mic. Come early for the feast.

Eagle Heart Drum
Lee Maracle (Stó:l?)
Roger Obonsawin (Abenaki)

Emcee: Tannis Nielsen (Cree)

Tuesday, November 15
6.30pm – 9pm
@ Beit Zatoun Community Centre, 612 Markham St. (near Bathurst Subway Stn)

Racialized Peoples on Stolen Lands

This event will feature sharing circles on relationship building across Indigenous and other racialized communities.

Do you identify as racialized and/or Indigenous? Do you think building relationships among our communities is important?

Tuesday November 22, 2011
(all day)
Start: 9:00 pm
End: 9:00 pm

***PLEASE CHECK www.defendersoftheland.org/toronto REGULARLY FOR CHANGES***

NOTE: Because of the move of the pow-wow back to Toronto on Nov. 19-20, ISW will be spread out over 2 weeks this year.

Monday, November 14
6.30pm – 9pm
Native Canadian Centre of Toronto

Opening Ceremony

This event will feature an Elders’ welcome, traditional Big Drum opening, and open mic. Come early for the feast.

Eagle Heart Drum
Lee Maracle (Stó:l?)
Roger Obonsawin (Abenaki)

Emcee: Tannis Nielsen (Cree)

Tuesday, November 15
6.30pm – 9pm
@ Beit Zatoun Community Centre, 612 Markham St. (near Bathurst Subway Stn)

Racialized Peoples on Stolen Lands

This event will feature sharing circles on relationship building across Indigenous and other racialized communities.

Do you identify as racialized and/or Indigenous? Do you think building relationships among our communities is important?

Wednesday November 23, 2011
(all day)
Start: 9:00 pm
End: 9:00 pm

***PLEASE CHECK www.defendersoftheland.org/toronto REGULARLY FOR CHANGES***

NOTE: Because of the move of the pow-wow back to Toronto on Nov. 19-20, ISW will be spread out over 2 weeks this year.

Monday, November 14
6.30pm – 9pm
Native Canadian Centre of Toronto

Opening Ceremony

This event will feature an Elders’ welcome, traditional Big Drum opening, and open mic. Come early for the feast.

Eagle Heart Drum
Lee Maracle (Stó:l?)
Roger Obonsawin (Abenaki)

Emcee: Tannis Nielsen (Cree)

Tuesday, November 15
6.30pm – 9pm
@ Beit Zatoun Community Centre, 612 Markham St. (near Bathurst Subway Stn)

Racialized Peoples on Stolen Lands

This event will feature sharing circles on relationship building across Indigenous and other racialized communities.

Do you identify as racialized and/or Indigenous? Do you think building relationships among our communities is important?

Thursday November 24, 2011
(all day)
Start: 9:00 pm
End: 9:00 pm

***PLEASE CHECK www.defendersoftheland.org/toronto REGULARLY FOR CHANGES***

NOTE: Because of the move of the pow-wow back to Toronto on Nov. 19-20, ISW will be spread out over 2 weeks this year.

Monday, November 14
6.30pm – 9pm
Native Canadian Centre of Toronto

Opening Ceremony

This event will feature an Elders’ welcome, traditional Big Drum opening, and open mic. Come early for the feast.

Eagle Heart Drum
Lee Maracle (Stó:l?)
Roger Obonsawin (Abenaki)

Emcee: Tannis Nielsen (Cree)

Tuesday, November 15
6.30pm – 9pm
@ Beit Zatoun Community Centre, 612 Markham St. (near Bathurst Subway Stn)

Racialized Peoples on Stolen Lands

This event will feature sharing circles on relationship building across Indigenous and other racialized communities.

Do you identify as racialized and/or Indigenous? Do you think building relationships among our communities is important?

Friday November 25, 2011
(all day)
Start: 9:00 pm
End: 9:00 pm

***PLEASE CHECK www.defendersoftheland.org/toronto REGULARLY FOR CHANGES***

NOTE: Because of the move of the pow-wow back to Toronto on Nov. 19-20, ISW will be spread out over 2 weeks this year.

Monday, November 14
6.30pm – 9pm
Native Canadian Centre of Toronto

Opening Ceremony

This event will feature an Elders’ welcome, traditional Big Drum opening, and open mic. Come early for the feast.

Eagle Heart Drum
Lee Maracle (Stó:l?)
Roger Obonsawin (Abenaki)

Emcee: Tannis Nielsen (Cree)

Tuesday, November 15
6.30pm – 9pm
@ Beit Zatoun Community Centre, 612 Markham St. (near Bathurst Subway Stn)

Racialized Peoples on Stolen Lands

This event will feature sharing circles on relationship building across Indigenous and other racialized communities.

Do you identify as racialized and/or Indigenous? Do you think building relationships among our communities is important?

Saturday November 26, 2011
(all day)
Start: 9:00 pm
End: 9:00 pm

***PLEASE CHECK www.defendersoftheland.org/toronto REGULARLY FOR CHANGES***

NOTE: Because of the move of the pow-wow back to Toronto on Nov. 19-20, ISW will be spread out over 2 weeks this year.

Monday, November 14
6.30pm – 9pm
Native Canadian Centre of Toronto

Opening Ceremony

This event will feature an Elders’ welcome, traditional Big Drum opening, and open mic. Come early for the feast.

Eagle Heart Drum
Lee Maracle (Stó:l?)
Roger Obonsawin (Abenaki)

Emcee: Tannis Nielsen (Cree)

Tuesday, November 15
6.30pm – 9pm
@ Beit Zatoun Community Centre, 612 Markham St. (near Bathurst Subway Stn)

Racialized Peoples on Stolen Lands

This event will feature sharing circles on relationship building across Indigenous and other racialized communities.

Do you identify as racialized and/or Indigenous? Do you think building relationships among our communities is important?

Sunday November 27, 2011
End: 9:00 pm
Start: 9:00 pm
End: 9:00 pm

***PLEASE CHECK www.defendersoftheland.org/toronto REGULARLY FOR CHANGES***

NOTE: Because of the move of the pow-wow back to Toronto on Nov. 19-20, ISW will be spread out over 2 weeks this year.

Monday, November 14
6.30pm – 9pm
Native Canadian Centre of Toronto

Opening Ceremony

This event will feature an Elders’ welcome, traditional Big Drum opening, and open mic. Come early for the feast.

Eagle Heart Drum
Lee Maracle (Stó:l?)
Roger Obonsawin (Abenaki)

Emcee: Tannis Nielsen (Cree)

Tuesday, November 15
6.30pm – 9pm
@ Beit Zatoun Community Centre, 612 Markham St. (near Bathurst Subway Stn)

Racialized Peoples on Stolen Lands

This event will feature sharing circles on relationship building across Indigenous and other racialized communities.

Do you identify as racialized and/or Indigenous? Do you think building relationships among our communities is important?

Monday December 12, 2011
Start: 4:11 pm
Start: 4:11 pm
End: 4:11 pm

Follow: http://www.facebook.com/NiagaraMigrantHungerStrikers

ACT NOW:

* EMAIL Regional Director Richard.Comerford@cbsa-asfc.gc.ca & CALL HIM at 905-994-6000
* CALL Niagara Detention Centre 905-227-6321.
Demand that the hunger strikers be immediately transferred to Toronto and get access to urgent medical care.

Emergency Public Mtg
Thursday, December 16, 6:30pm
OPIRG Info Shop - 21 King St. (St. Catharines, ON)

Sergio Puerto, Sandro Philippe, Jesus Galban, and Ibrahim Ali Farrah refugee claimants from Latin America and the Caribbean and Southern Africa have been jailed at the Niagara Detention Centre for between 3 to 6 months. Other then 10 minutes a day in a concrete yard - they have been locked up without community support.

Tuesday December 13, 2011
(all day)
Start: 4:11 pm
End: 4:11 pm

Follow: http://www.facebook.com/NiagaraMigrantHungerStrikers

ACT NOW:

* EMAIL Regional Director Richard.Comerford@cbsa-asfc.gc.ca & CALL HIM at 905-994-6000
* CALL Niagara Detention Centre 905-227-6321.
Demand that the hunger strikers be immediately transferred to Toronto and get access to urgent medical care.

Emergency Public Mtg
Thursday, December 16, 6:30pm
OPIRG Info Shop - 21 King St. (St. Catharines, ON)

Sergio Puerto, Sandro Philippe, Jesus Galban, and Ibrahim Ali Farrah refugee claimants from Latin America and the Caribbean and Southern Africa have been jailed at the Niagara Detention Centre for between 3 to 6 months. Other then 10 minutes a day in a concrete yard - they have been locked up without community support.

Wednesday December 14, 2011
(all day)
Start: 4:11 pm
End: 4:11 pm

Follow: http://www.facebook.com/NiagaraMigrantHungerStrikers

ACT NOW:

* EMAIL Regional Director Richard.Comerford@cbsa-asfc.gc.ca & CALL HIM at 905-994-6000
* CALL Niagara Detention Centre 905-227-6321.
Demand that the hunger strikers be immediately transferred to Toronto and get access to urgent medical care.

Emergency Public Mtg
Thursday, December 16, 6:30pm
OPIRG Info Shop - 21 King St. (St. Catharines, ON)

Sergio Puerto, Sandro Philippe, Jesus Galban, and Ibrahim Ali Farrah refugee claimants from Latin America and the Caribbean and Southern Africa have been jailed at the Niagara Detention Centre for between 3 to 6 months. Other then 10 minutes a day in a concrete yard - they have been locked up without community support.

Thursday December 15, 2011
(all day)
Start: 4:11 pm
End: 4:11 pm

Follow: http://www.facebook.com/NiagaraMigrantHungerStrikers

ACT NOW:

* EMAIL Regional Director Richard.Comerford@cbsa-asfc.gc.ca & CALL HIM at 905-994-6000
* CALL Niagara Detention Centre 905-227-6321.
Demand that the hunger strikers be immediately transferred to Toronto and get access to urgent medical care.

Emergency Public Mtg
Thursday, December 16, 6:30pm
OPIRG Info Shop - 21 King St. (St. Catharines, ON)

Sergio Puerto, Sandro Philippe, Jesus Galban, and Ibrahim Ali Farrah refugee claimants from Latin America and the Caribbean and Southern Africa have been jailed at the Niagara Detention Centre for between 3 to 6 months. Other then 10 minutes a day in a concrete yard - they have been locked up without community support.

Friday December 16, 2011
(all day)
Start: 4:11 pm
End: 4:11 pm

Follow: http://www.facebook.com/NiagaraMigrantHungerStrikers

ACT NOW:

* EMAIL Regional Director Richard.Comerford@cbsa-asfc.gc.ca & CALL HIM at 905-994-6000
* CALL Niagara Detention Centre 905-227-6321.
Demand that the hunger strikers be immediately transferred to Toronto and get access to urgent medical care.

Emergency Public Mtg
Thursday, December 16, 6:30pm
OPIRG Info Shop - 21 King St. (St. Catharines, ON)

Sergio Puerto, Sandro Philippe, Jesus Galban, and Ibrahim Ali Farrah refugee claimants from Latin America and the Caribbean and Southern Africa have been jailed at the Niagara Detention Centre for between 3 to 6 months. Other then 10 minutes a day in a concrete yard - they have been locked up without community support.

Saturday December 17, 2011
(all day)
Start: 4:11 pm
End: 4:11 pm

Follow: http://www.facebook.com/NiagaraMigrantHungerStrikers

ACT NOW:

* EMAIL Regional Director Richard.Comerford@cbsa-asfc.gc.ca & CALL HIM at 905-994-6000
* CALL Niagara Detention Centre 905-227-6321.
Demand that the hunger strikers be immediately transferred to Toronto and get access to urgent medical care.

Emergency Public Mtg
Thursday, December 16, 6:30pm
OPIRG Info Shop - 21 King St. (St. Catharines, ON)

Sergio Puerto, Sandro Philippe, Jesus Galban, and Ibrahim Ali Farrah refugee claimants from Latin America and the Caribbean and Southern Africa have been jailed at the Niagara Detention Centre for between 3 to 6 months. Other then 10 minutes a day in a concrete yard - they have been locked up without community support.

Sunday December 18, 2011
(all day)
Start: 4:11 pm
End: 4:11 pm

Follow: http://www.facebook.com/NiagaraMigrantHungerStrikers

ACT NOW:

* EMAIL Regional Director Richard.Comerford@cbsa-asfc.gc.ca & CALL HIM at 905-994-6000
* CALL Niagara Detention Centre 905-227-6321.
Demand that the hunger strikers be immediately transferred to Toronto and get access to urgent medical care.

Emergency Public Mtg
Thursday, December 16, 6:30pm
OPIRG Info Shop - 21 King St. (St. Catharines, ON)

Sergio Puerto, Sandro Philippe, Jesus Galban, and Ibrahim Ali Farrah refugee claimants from Latin America and the Caribbean and Southern Africa have been jailed at the Niagara Detention Centre for between 3 to 6 months. Other then 10 minutes a day in a concrete yard - they have been locked up without community support.

Start: 5:00 pm
End: 6:30 pm

Migrant Workers Alliance for Change invites you to

Vigil: Celebrate Migrant Workers

http://www.facebook.com/events/302043009829811

5pm, Sunday December 18, 2011
Chinese Railway Workers' Memorial (Map: http://bit.ly/vfFAmk)

Flowers, food, fruits and wine are the markers of the holiday season - grown, packaged, shipped, cooked by migrant workers across this country. As people begin to plan festivities, the Migrant Workers Alliance for Change, is calling on migrant workers, undocumented people and their allies to join us at the Chinese Railway Workers` Memorial at 5pm in a vigil of somber reflection and to reiterate the need for immediate, urgent action to ensure justice, dignity and status for all migrants.

We demand:
* A right to landing status be granted upon arrival for migrant workers. They must not be tied to one employer, be required to live in their employer's home, or be subject to further medical examination;

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