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Welcome to the No One Is Illegal - Toronto is a grassroots migrant justice organization. We fight for the freedom to move, return and stay. If you are here us for the first time, visit the About section which will give you an overview of our work, and campaigns.

If you're an undocumented person needing support in your fight against deportations, or because you need to access services, please send us a quick email.

Visit the campaign website for End Immigration Detention Network to learn about our struggle against detentions: www.endimmigrationdetention.com

Childcare for All - Call your Councilor

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CALL YOUR COUNCILLOR NOW!
REMIND THEM! TORONTO IS A SANCTUARY CITY! CITY SERVICES SHOULD NOT BE DEPENDENT ON IMMIGRATION STATUS! WE NEED CHILDCARE FOR ALL.

JOIN US:
February 16, 9:30am
People's Daycare at City Hall

Here is a list of key decision-makers to contact: https://goo.gl/zFWg6S
Alternatively, get your councilor’s contact info here: http://bit.ly/2nMKU2S

The City of Toronto is denying Torontonians their childcare subsidies on the basis of their immigration status. This is against Toronto’s sanctuary policy, which guarantees all residents access to all city services regardless of their immigration status.

Parents have been told - with no notice - that their Toronto childcare subsidy was being cancelled because of their status. Now they are left scrambling to find an alternative in the most expensive city in the country for childcare.

Don't Believe the Hype: 150 Years of Migration on Stolen Land

Jun/24/2017 - 6:00 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.

End Immigration Detention is going to court

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On May 15th, The End Immigration Detention Network (EIDN) is going to federal court and we We need you to join us!

Immigration Detainees facing isolating visitation policy

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on Monday this week, we received a call from an immigration detainee organizer at the Central East Correctional Centre (CECC) in Lindsay. He informed us a new visitor policy will come into effect at the maximum-security provincial jail on April 3. This new policy affects everyone incarcerated in CECC (“inmates” refers to both general population and immigration detainees).

CALL THE PRISON NOW AND TELL THEM TO SCRAP THE POLICY: 705-328-6000

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‘On April 3, 2017, visitors to CECC will be required to book a visits appointment at least 24 hours in advance of the visit date.

Grassy Narrows Wins Provincial Committment to Clean Up the River

No One Is Illegal-Toronto is pleased to share this amazing news with you:

GRASSY NARROWS WINS PROVINCIAL COMMITMENT TO CLEAN UP MERCURY-CONTAMINATED RIVER!

After 40 years of mercury poisoning and government inaction, Grassy Narrows has won a commitment to clean up the mercury-contaminated river system that runs through their lands. This includes a rigorous investigation of the Dryden paper mill site initially responsible for dumping 10 tonnes of mercury into English-Wabigoon river. Justice may be on the horizon for Grassy Narrows.

This victory is the result of decades of struggle by members of the northern Ontario community, who have organized countless rallies, marches, direct actions, delegations, petitions, and scientific reports to pressure the Ontario government to respond to this crisis. We should not celebrate the government for finally committed to action, but

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