Events

Emergency Toronto Casserole in solidarity with Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois

Saturday, November 3, 12pm Dufferin Grove Park, Toronto (Dufferin St, between Bloor and College) The former spokesperson for CLASSE, the main student union responsible for the Quebec student strike was found guilty of contempt of court on November 1st. He could face up to a year in prison and a $5,000 fine. The judge ruled that Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois incited protesters to disobey the ban on picket ... Read More »

Hemispheric Resistance to Canadian Mining

Day of action organizers speak out about repression, connections, solidarity by Sandra Cuffe On August 1, actions will be taking place across the western hemisphere, including in Canada, Colombia, the United States and El Salvador, to denounce human rights and environmental abuses carried our by Canadian mining and other extractive industries. VANCOUVER—From Canada to Argentina, preparations are... Read More »

Shelf Life Superhero Action Figures face coup d’état and Occupy problems in Season 3

Occupy Toronto 04 July 2012 by Michael Holloway   The Shelf Life writers and cast tackle the end of the Republic on the Shelf, and later – an old charge from the right, that most activists are just out to get laid is examined as Hero Man joins Occupy in ”Occupy This Space”. Very interesting subject line at any rate.  The writing in Year 1 was was the best so far, I think. As an a... Read More »

Anti-austerity Casseroles spreading to Toronto neighbourhoods

Occupy Toronto 15 June 2012 by Michael Holloway   Leslieville is an East end Toronto neighbourhood that was formerly a small village on the outskirts of Old Toronto. It is centred by Leslie Grove Park at Jones Avenue and Queen Street East – two blocks West of Leslie Street. Leslie Grove Park is the site of the former tree nurseries of Scottish horticulturalist entrepreneur, and villag... Read More »

History of May Day, and “The Corporate Tax Dodgers” #OWS musical protest theatre

Occupy Toronto 27 April 2012 by Michael Holloway   “The Tax Dodgers” are a musical and political street theatre group made up of Occupy Wall Street members – the non-violent, civil disobedience protest movement. They produced and preform this unique version of “Take Me Out To The Ball Game” – titled “Take Me Out to the Tax Game”.   Lyrics Take me out to the tax game. Bai... Read More »

Rep. Bobby Rush Kicked Off House Floor for Wearing Hoodie in Support of Trayvon Martin

Occupy Toronto 28 March 2012 by Michael Holloway   PBS – “Rep. Rush Kicked Off Floor for Wearing Hoodie in Support of Trayvon Martin” by Linda J. Scott “National protests over the shooting and killing of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin in central Florida last month have swept the nation, and Wednesday, they landed on the House floor. …” Via, Toby Horn at Google+ 9:04 PM 28.... Read More »

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