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THIS EVENT IS RESCHEDULED TO NEXT YEAR.
The call for a National Action Plan on Violence Against Women comes from many groups across Canada..and it grows.
Critical Impressions Art Show: A Question of Unequal Power and Opportunity, Exploring the Role of Structual Violence in the Lives of street-Engaged Youth
Nov. 28th, 7:00pm-9:00pm
251 Bank St
116 Third Ave
Janet Merlo will be signing books available for purchase at our Glebe location.
October 23, 2013 Official Release of Janet Merlo’s No One To Tell: Breaking My Silence on Life in the RCMP
Come and purchase books from local authors in the National Capital Region who write in English, French and Spanish. Books will include fiction, non-fiction, YA novels, poetry, mystery, children’s books and comics.
Full sit down dinner, with dessert.
Stephen Kimber's book recounts the events leading up to the arrest of the Cuban Five, five Cuban anti-terrorism agents wrongfully arrested and convicted of “conspiracy to commit” espionage against the United States.
Support Local month happens every November in Ottawa, showcasing more than 110 businesses, artists, musicians and restaurants that make our city the creative hub it is.
251 Bank St, 2nd Floor (25OneCommunity)
Organized by Ottawa-Cuba Connections & Solidarity Syria presents Two Causes One Concert for Marvin Glass Memorial Solidarity Fund and Hands Off Syria.
At the Melkite Catholic Church 1161 North River Road (Vanier)
Join us at our centretown location (251 Bank St, 2nd floor) for a special evening event with the bestselling author Lawrence Hill, author of "The Book of Negros" with his new book "Blood: The Stuff of Life" which has been included in the CBC Massey Lectures.
In Blue Future, international bestselling author Maude Barlow offers solutions to the global water crisis base
Andrea Smith is a co-founder of Incite! Women of Color Against Violence and the Boarding School Healing Coalition. She is the author of Conquest and editor of the Revolution Will Not Be Funded.
Join us on August 21, as Zainab Amadahy launches her new book "The Science of Social Justice" with an interactive, community workshop which will help you:
Nunavut-based director Zacharias Kunuk (Atanarjuat The Fast Runner) and researcher and filmmaker Dr. Ian Mauro (Seeds of Change) have teamed up with Inuit communities to document their knowledge and experience regarding climate change.
As the Bedford Case moves through the Supreme Court of Canada, discussion about sex workers' rights and struggles have become more mainstream, with sex worker led organizations taking the lead in the fight for decriminalization.