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The next Chapters picket will take place on January 5 at 1:00. It's going to be a big one, as it will be right in the middle of the Christmas shopping season and a great opportunity to influence shoppers and educate
Monday December 17th is the 5th International Day to End ViolenceAgainst Sex Workers (http://www.swopusa.org/dec17). Around the world,sex workers and our allies will march at the same time in solidarity.
The next Chapters picket will take place on December 15 at 1:00. It's goingto be a big one, as it will be right in the middle of the Christmas shoppingseason and a great opportunity to influence Christmas shoppers and educate
Saturday, Dec 15 at 1pmExile Infoshop256 Bank StLast month a new provincial anarchist organization called Common Cause wasformed. The first project of Common Cause is to put out a free bimonthlynewspaper callled Linchpin to be distibuted accross the province.In addition to distributing Linchpin in Ottawa, we will be creating an Ottawa-specific supplement which will contain articles about Ottawa anarchist activities.http://linchpin.ca
Royal Oak (221 Echo Dr. on the canal)
Library and Archives Canada (395 Wellington St.)
The Lieutenants Pump Pub, 261 Elgin StCome join Green Drinks for interesting environmental conversation. Meets every second Wednesday of every month.For more information: www.g
Jack Purcell CC, Elgin near Gilmour December 9 marks the 20th anniversary of the 1st Intifada. The Intifada (uprising, shaking off) began in Gaza, and transformed Palestinian society. It led to the Palestinian Liberation Organization being recognized as the legitimate representative of Palestinians and to the 1993 Oslo Peace Negotiations between Israel and the PLO -although it must be emphasized that the Peace Negotiations were in the end a failure.
Sponsored by Nepean Carleton Federal Liberal AssociationThursday, December 6, 7-9 pm. Cafeteria, Walter Baker Sports Centre, 100 Malvern Dr.Finding practical ways to encourage sustainable co-operation among environmental, economic, and social objectives is the crucial challenge of our time.
City-wide vigil in Minto Park at 6:00pm.
Morissette Terrace, 5:00There will be speakers, live music, and a procession to join the city-widevigil in Minto Park at 6:00pm. Bring your own mug for hot chocolate fromMuggy Mondays.
Paterson Hall, Room 303, Carleton UniversityPart of an 18-city cross-Canada book tour. Signed books for sale. Free event.
Meet at 12 Noon at the Laurier entrance to Ottawa City Hall.March to Parliament Hill.Cities are short-changed. Let's support our city council and make change!Organized by Councillors Diane Deans and Clive Doucet.
1PM, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2007 At the Chapters at Rideau and SussexAs the Israeli Occupation passes its 40th year with continuing brutality and theunflinching support of the Canadian government, it's integral for all Canadians who
A World of Women: A Nobel Peace Price Laureate's Reflections on Canada's Place in the Worldfeaturing Nobel Peace Prize Winner Jody WilliamsOttawa Arts Court Theatre, 2 Daly Avenue
Jack Purcell CC, Elgin near Gilmour This talk will explore the strengths and weaknesses of Canadian labour movements and the extent to which the revolutionary potential of the working class has been undermined by labour bosses and union bureaucracies.
Ottawa-Outaouais Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) is pleased toannounce the début of a free workshop that could help you change your life.It is for anyone who has ever complained about their job and wishes
Ottawa Public Library, Main Branc, Auditorium 120 Metcalfe Stree The Other Man is a poignant tale of war and its ongoing traumatic aftermath. InformationL 613-726-7583 or 613-829-5141
Monday, November 12, 20077:00pm - 10:00pmThe Bronson Centre Auditorium211 Bronson AvenueOttawa, ONWe are excited to announce that we have rescheduled Naomi Klein's visit to Ottawa. The event will open with a viewing of “The Shock Doctrine: A Short Film”, created by Naomi Klein and Alfonso Cuarón (Children of Men, Y tu mamá también, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban), directed by Jonás Cuarón. This will be followed by a lecture and discussion with Ms. Klein. The buzz that has been generated around her book, only available for 10 days ensures this will be an fascinating evening. To quote our friend Howard Zinn...
Jack Purcell CC, 320 Jack Purcell Lane, Elgin near Gilmour Over the past few years, anarchism has emerged as one of the most compelling currents within today's anti-capitalist milieu. With its emphasis on participation and prefigurative politics, anarchism has contributed to diverse experiments in horizontal organization as well as social power, alongside or in solidarity with a variety of anti-authoritarian movements worldwide. It has also brought a refreshing wave of utopian thinking to a tired Left. And perhaps for the first time in its own history, anarchism is all that much more relevant and even workable in this era, variously labeled the network society, the information age, or simply globalization. This talk will explore the outlines of what's been called "the new anarchism," including whether it's new at all, against the backdrop of the present moment, in an attempt to capture some of the vibrancy and even innovations of - and tensions within - contemporary anarchism.
At the Chapters at Rideau and Sussex As the Israeli Occupation passes its 40th year with continuingbrutality and the unflinching support of the Canadian government, it'sintegral for all Canadians who believe in justice and peace in the
Anarchism and the EnvironmentTalk by local activists*No known informants allowed*Sunday, Oct. 28 at NoonJack Purcell Community Centre320 Jack Purcell Lane