“leap into a peaceful post-carbon economy”
COME ON OUT TO LEARN MORE AND HOW TO GET INVOLVED!
LEAP MANIFESTO SPEAKERS EVENT: Sunday, October 30, 2016 @ 7 pm
Room C112 Clearihue Building (across from Student Union Bldg.)
University of Victoria Join us for a provocative panel discussion with Q&A featuring the following local representatives of the social movements which initiated the manifesto:
Moderator for the evening: Jessica Van der Veen, RAVEN
Barbara Pollock, Co-Chair, Council of Canadians (Victoria Chapter)
Janet Barney, President, Canadian Union of Postal Workers (Victoria Local)
For further information, please contact
members of the Leap Victoria Coordinating Committee:
LEAP Victoria on facebook
And The Mystery DJ is...
Local Sensation BOUSADA
and Folk Hero LUKE WALLACE
Performing for the Cause!
Wheels for the Walbran Benefit
Friday November 4, 6 pm
Wheels for the Walbran is an all-ages benefit buffet dinner, concert and dance party for the purchase of a community action mini-bus to provide affordable access to the spectacular and threatened Central Walbran valley, unceded Pacheedaht and Qwa-ba-diwa territory.
Please reserve/buy your dinner tickets in advance!
Chef Jon Cash of Soule Creek Lodge, Port Renfrew
and Erika Heyrman of Wildfire Bakery
will be collaborating to create a gourmet buffet dinner.
Vancouver eco-troubador and recording artist Luke Wallace,
the young and talented Woody Guthrie of the BC enviro movement and BOUSADA will be providing the grooves for the night.
This is a show not to be missed!
See www.facebook.com/events/1049024608549298 for full menu!
Get your tickets now either at Wildfire Bakery or via etransfer
Tickets on a sliding scale:
Buffet Dinner: $15-30 ( 6 pm- 7:30 pm)
Luke Wallace Concert and BOUSADA! $12-$20 ( 7:30- midnight)
Bar and mini- pizzas until closing.
Come celebrate this amazing ancient forest, with the community of kindred spirits who love it, as much as you do!
Co- sponsored by Friends of Carmanah/ Walbran,
Social Environmental Alliance and Island Forest Futures.
Various student clubs at the University of Victoria are organizing an event on November 2nd demanding free tuition for post-secondary students. The event will occur as part of a larger national day of action organized by multiple organizations across the country titled “All Out November 2nd”. It will feature speakers who will be calling out various problems in post-secondary education and it will provide a space for progressive students to network. We are calling on solidarity from all organizations that care about youth rights to come out and support us. This is an inclusive event that welcomes, adults and anyone from any organization that opposes the current status quo of education in BC.
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1-3 PM
@ UVIC QUAD
Keep up to date with this event at
Friday, Oct 28, Cafe Simpatico presents:
Music Videos, Research, & Climate Justice
with UVic Professor, Dr. Bill Carroll
Dr. Carroll combines two very different approaches for strengthening people power. The first is political music videos like his hard hitting “400 Parts Per Million”.
The second is researching corporate power and fossil fuel extraction.
Come and find out how art and science can both be forces for global justice.
Music by John Shaw -- 7:30 pm
Presentation -- 8 pm
1923 Fernwood Rd
Admission by donation * refreshments available * 250-598-7690
Ongoing Call to Action:
Supervised Consumption Services Now!
BC Ministry of Health, 1515 Blanshard Street at Pandora
Every Thursday at 12 Noon
There is a life and death struggle in Greater Victoria — and a grave question facing all levels of government: whether to support people managing addictions by providing Supervised Consumption Services without delay, to reduce harm from addictions — or whether to stand idly by as fatalities mount from overdoses and avoidable transmitted diseases.
We are calling on all citizens to take action by:
Signing/Sharing Petition demanding Supervised Consumption Services Now!
Joining the Information Picket at the BC Ministry of Health,
1515 Blanshard Street at Pandora, each and every Thursday at 12 Noon.
With your help, we can establish these necessary health services in our community without delay!
Listen to SEA member Keith Cherry on CFAX discussing the issue:
NEXT SEA MEETING: Tuesday November 15
Time and Date TBD