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Announcing a Wenches with Wrenches Winter Workshop!The next WwW will be held on *Monday, February 25th from **7:00pm - 10:00pm***The workshop will focus primarily on basic maintenance skills and winter
==============================7:00pmMonday, February 25th, 2008Room 125 Simard HallUniversity of OttawaOttawa, ON===============================Friends and allies,
Ian Tamblyn, appearing in concert at The National Archives on Wed., February 20th, joins a growing list of Canada's top musical talent in donating their time and talent to help raise funds in the fight against uranium exploration and mining in eastern Ontario & west Quebec.
We will be celebrating the launch of Oneness Magazine -- Ottawa's newarts and activism monthlyWHEN:Wednesday, February 20th, doors open at 6.30 PM, show at 7 PMWHERE:
No 2010 OlympicsA talk by the People's Global Action Bloc -OttawaSunday, Feb 17 at 1:30 pmJack Purcell Community Centre320 Jack Purcell Laneoff Elgin near Gilmour
OTTAWA SEX WORKERS, LET’S GET ORGANIZED!!Sex workers in Ottawa are under attack. By the cops. By City Hall. And by groups like Together For Vanier and the Hintonburg Community
OTTAWAMarch against Bill C-3, Secret Trials, SecurityCertificates, Indefinite Detention andDeportation to TortureSaturday, February 16 -- 12:30 pmYork and Sussex ==============
Friday February 15, 7pm: Film screening of "UnPoquitao de Tanta Veridad (A Little Bit of So MuchTruth)" @ MacDonald Hall Auditorium (MCD 146), 150Louis Pasteur Street, University of Ottawa:
Wednesday, February 13th – 6:30-9pm - $20To register, to find out more information, or to request other topics to be covered, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 613-236-9300 ext. 301 and leave your name, phone number and email address.
Wednesday, February 13th, 2008, 5:30pmLieutenant's Pub, 361 Elgin Street, OttawaGreen Drinks is an open invitation to anyone interested/working/studying all things environmental. Come
Wednesday, February 13, 0830-1200National Arts CentreLearn about how and why to promote healthier and greener alternatives to the single-person car. After lunch there will be an optional walking tour of downtown workplaces which support sustainable transportation.
Tuesday Feb, 12 @ 6 p.m., National Library and Archives at 395 Wellington St, Room 156.Help stop uranium exploration near Sharbot Lake. Everyone welcome.
Meet at Rideau & WilliamFestive protest to mark the two-year countdown to the 2010 Winter Olympic Games! Brought to you by your local PGA-Bloc pga.roadnetwork.org
The Black Panther PartySunday, Feb 10 at 1:30 pmJack Purcell Community Centre320 Jack Purcell Laneoff Elgin near GilmourPay What You CanWheelchair AccessibleChild -friendly
Lecture and Discussion: *RESISTING ISRAELI APARTHEID: BUILDING A GLOBAL MOVEMENT **Salma Wakim* – Ittijah: the network for Palestinian non-governmentalorganizations in Israel
Lecture: *STILL TOO MANY ENEMIES: THE NAHR EL BARED REFUGEE CAMP AND PALESTINIANS IN LEBANON** Marcy Newman*Fauteux 147 A57 Louis PasteurUniversity of OttawaEntry $3
Wednesday, February 6th – 6:30-9pm - $20To register, to find out more information, or to request other topics to be covered, please contact email@example.com or call 613-236-9300 ext. 301 and leave your name, phone number and email address.
Lecture: *A FAREWELL TO ISRAEL: THE COMING BREAK-UP OF NORTH AMERICAN ZIONISM* * Norman Finkelstein**Organized by GSAÉD as part of their Interdisciplinary Conference:*http://www.gsaed.ca/conference2008/
Carleton University's Office of the Vice-President (Research and International), The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton International, with the Ottawa Diplomatic Association, present D. Margaret Ivy Amoakohene High Commissioner of the Republic of Ghana who will speak on "Ghana's Road to Democracy: the Role of Mass Media"
Everyone welcome.Polaris Institute, 180 Metcalfe Ave., Suite 500.OWSAC has a campaign to encourage Ottawa City Council to stop using bottled water. To learn more or sign their letter to city council, go to