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Monday August 10, 2015
Start: 10:00 am

Immigration detention petition delivery to Ontario Corrections Minister, Yasir Naqvi, on Prisoner Justice Day

August 10, 2015, 10am, Prisoner's Justice Day
Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services
25 Grosvenor Street (Close to Wellesley Station)

It's been two months since Abdurrahman Ibrahim Hassan (Abdi) died in immigration detention custody after being 'restrained' by police and border officials - and still no Coroner's Inquest has been called in to his death. Join us on August 10th, Prisoner's Justice Day to demand justice for Abdi, and an end to immigration detention in Ontario and across the country.

We will be delivering this petition initiated by 88 immigration detainees in the Central East Corrections Centre in Lindsay and

Friday September 04, 2015
Start: 7:00 pm

Alan, Ghalib and Rehanna should be here.
We want safety and welcome for all.
Freedom to move, stay and return.

TORONTO
Friday, September 4th, 7pm
Yonge-Dundas Square.

Sep 4 - 7. A cross-country weekend of mobilization.
Actions taking place across the country, find one near you or organize your own: www.facebook.com/events/1703064886579884/

Let us know by emailing refugeeswelcomeCA@gmail.com so we can help promote it.

This is a last minute call-out, and we need your help to spread the word. Share this website, and use the hashtag #refugeeswelcome #freedomtomove on Twitter and Facebook.

Cross-Canada actions endorsed by:
No One Is Illegal - Toronto
Solidarity Across Borders - Montreal
No One Is Illegal - Vancouver, Coast Salish Territories
Justice for Migrant Workers
Afghans United for Justice
Leadnow
Ontario Coalition Against Poverty
Council of Canadians

Saturday September 05, 2015
Start: 7:00 am

GET ON THE BUS!

September 5th LABOUR DAY WEEKEND

REGISTER NOW: http://bit.ly/ToxicTourTO

It's been a decade since reports surfaced of the impacts of Chemical Valley's toxic pollution on the people of the Aamjiwnaag First Nations, where the Valley processes nearly 1 million barrels of tar sands each day, and where fracking and spills cause health and environmental devastation. Despite its devastating impacts, refineries and pipelines continue to operate in the region with zero accountability or reparations to the community. Chemical Valley operates and reaps profits off of stolen land, and the lack of accountability is a living example of environmental racism.

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