All Hands on Deck! Huge No DAPL Protest and other SEA Activist News

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Standing Rock 2 Salish Sea:
No Pipelines Global Solidarity!

TIME TO CALL OUT THE BIG BANKS IN VICTORIA!!!    

Tuesday December 1, 5:30
Victoria Public Library Main Branch, 735 Broughton Street
(then onward!)

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Please join us in solidarity, from Standing Rock to the Salish Sea, from DAPL to the proposed Kinder Morgan TMX, for water, for wildlife, for climate justice and indigenous sovereignty, to say:
Cut the finances for Dakota Access Pipeline and all other pipelines, tankers and rail expansion of fossil fuel developments and energy projects that don't have indigenous consent or public support. The time to finance safe, green energy alternatives is now!

We will meet in the library courtyard, march, chant and make lots of noise as we lead a procession of solidarity for the earth and her defenders, to the banks at Fort and Douglas, that finance death and destruction for profit.  Please bring banners, placards, noisemakers and spirit!

This action is co- sponsored by the Social Environmental Alliance, Indigenous Solidarity Working Group, Turning the Tide, Leap- Victoria and Victoria Council of Canadians, Greenpeace Victoria Volunteer Group.

 

AND IF TRUDEAU APPROVES KINDER MORGAN...


A decision on Kinder Morgan is expected any day now. In the event Justin Trudeau approves the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tankers let's all gather to remind our governments that permission has not been granted and this pipeline won't be built!

We'll meet 5 pm on the day of the announcement.
There are strong rumours that it will be Tuesday, November 29th.

Follow the discussion at
www.facebook.com/events/1399910610049159/

Poets for the Peace, SocialCoast, Social Environmental Alliance and Farmland Protection Coalition present:

For the Peace:  
A night for the Peace River
featuring Kathryn Calder


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Wednesday, December 14 at 7 PM - 8:30 PM
Victoria Event Centre, 1415 Broad Street


#forthePeace: an evening to support Peace River Protectors

Featuring:
Kathryn Calder 
Zoé Duhaime
Jeremy Loveday 
and others!

Open mic to follow 

Tickets $10-$15 sliding scale 

All proceeds will go to groups saying no to the Site C dam
on the Peace River in Northeastern B.C. 

For more information, check out our website:

www.poetsforthepeace.ca

For more info on the event and tickets:

 

You're invited to Retail Action Network's
Weekly Worker Drop-In

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WALBRAN WEDNESDAY
DECEMBER 7


AN ONGOING CAMPAIGN TO SAVE THE ANCIENT FOREST IN THE  WALBRAN VALLEY
CLICK THE PHOTO FOR MORE INFO!
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  UVIC NDP & Socialist Fightback UVIC present
The Meaning of Trump:
What Happened
and What Do We Do Now?
 

 


Monday, December 5 at 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
UVic Student Union Building, Room B025

As shocking as it may be, Donald Trump is going to be the next president of the United States of America. Many people are justifiably frightened that an openly racist, misogynistic, and dishonest man will soon be leading the most powerful nation on the planet. How could the American people elect such a character?

Join the UVic NDP and Socialist Fightback to discuss what conditions made a Trump election possible and how we can fight back against the rise of similar politics here in Canada.





  Bike Lanes and Beyond:  Transportation and Climate Justice in Greater Victoria
Free Public Forum
Tuesday November 29 7-830 pm
Victoria Public Library Central Branch
735 Broughton 

 

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We all know that transportation is one of the biggest sources of climate pollution, and Greater Victoria is starting to look for solutions. All Ages and Abilities (AAA) bike lanes have many benefits and are already being built. But there are many more complimentary options that reduce pollution and create healthier communities that are better places to live.

Presented by:
Council of Canadians (Victoria chapter)
Greater Victoria Cycling Coalition (GVCC)
Better Transit Alliance of Greater Victoria


Speakers will include:
Edwared Pullman (GVCC):
The multiple benefits of AAA bike lanes

Eric Doherty
(Council of Canadians &  Better Transit Alliance):
Combining transit, cycling and walking for climate justice


For more info:



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