3 Important Actions in the Next 2 Weeks at the Legislature! r1 Ban the Bomb! Liberals Out! Oh (Decolonize) Canada! r33 ...



*We need 100 people to make the peace symbol!*

Saturday, June 17 from 12:00-1:00 p.m.  Legislature, 501 Belleville St, Victoria.

Wear white and join us to form a giant human peace symbol!

Historic UN negotiations are taking place among 130 countries for a new treaty to ban nuclear weapons. However, Canada is shamefully boycotting the talks. Tell Prime Minister Trudeau to work with other countries to eliminate these weapons of mass destruction, resist the dangerous US ballistic missile defense system, and create a culture of peace and disarmament. There will also be a moment of silence for the victims and refugees of the wars in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya & Yemen etc and a song for peace. Raging Grannies will perform too! In solidarity with the international campaign Women’s March to Ban the Bomb www.womenbanthebomb.org and World Refugee Day. Come to express your opposition to Canada’s new dangerous defence policy for war-making and your hope for peace!

Organized by the Vancouver Island Peace & Disarmament Network,
Canadian Voice of Women for Peace and the Canadian Peace Initiative
and endorsed by the Social Environmental Alliance.

For more information,
please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or visit www.vipdn.org

Respect the people’s call for change!
Liberals out!

Thursday June 22, 1:00 - 2:00 pm
Provincial Legislature, Lekwungen Territory

Please Join & Share the Event on Facebook

The May 9 BC election produced two clear results.  Voters gave a thumbs-down to Christy Clark and the Liberals.  And close to 60% cast ballots for two parties promising change – the NDP and Greens.

But Clark and her fellow servants of the property developers and resource exploiters have ignored the message.  They’ve stalled for time.  They claim they’re ready to govern.  Meanwhile, they have been raking in millions of dollars from their rich supporters since the election.

It’s time to hand the Liberals their well-deserved eviction notice. Come to the opening of the legislature June 22 and add your voice to the demand for change!!!



In answer to Idle No More's Unsettling Canada 150 call for a national day of action in honour of the late Secwepemc leader, Arthur Manuel, in support of Indigenous self-determination over lands, territories and resources and celebration of the pride and resiliency of indigenous peoples please come commemorate 150+ years of indigenous resistance to Canadian colonialism!

At this D150 event, we will gather in a good way, July 1st at 4 pm under the totem pole at Belleville at Menzies St. in the spirit of peaceful and respectful witness, unity and resistance to the scourges of colonialism; in honour of indigenous lands and cultures; and solidarity with indigenous resurgence, culture and language revitilization!

Share the songs, stories, bring the drums, food for a picnic and join the Circle!

Come show your support of frontline First Nations communities in resisting on-going colonial/capitalist assaults on indigenous lands, lives and communities, standing up to Kinder Morgan, SiteC dam, LNG expansion and other destructive resource extraction industries on stolen land, without consent.

Show support for the human rights of communities who continue to resist child apprehensions, systemic poverty, sexualized violence, missing and murdered women and lack of access to safe drinking water and traditional lands and resources. 

No environmental and indigenous justice, no reconciliation!

This event, from 4- 11 pm, July 1st, will include: 

Welcome by Sellemah (Joan Morris), Songhees Elder

All-Nations Drum Circle and Round Dancing

Open mic, story-telling, speakers

Potluck Food-sharing

Feautured speakers and performers (so far) including:

Call-in with: 
*Kanahus Manuel, Secwepemc Woman's Warrior Society and daughter of the late great Arthur Manuel. 

* Sliammon (Tla’amin) Elder Rose Henry
* Sechelt Nation Hereditary Chief Gordon August Sr. and son Gordon August Jr.
* Tsastilqualas (Kwakwaka'wakw)
* Radical words and poetry by Valeen Jules!
* Victor T Thompson (Haida Gwaii)
* The Warhawks (Drum Group)

Camping (optional) 

Celebrate indigenous resurgence at this critical time for Mother Earth and land-based peoples world-wide!

Kanada is after all STILL all Indian Land!

Endorsed by:
Idle No More
Social Environmental Alliance
Indigenous Solidarity Working Group

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