KITCHENER — Protesters took to Kitchener City Hall at noon on Saturday to join a nationwide protest against the government's new anti-terror legislation, Bill C-51. ... More than 100 protesters gathered in civic square outside Kitchener City Hall at the same time over 55 other similar protests and rallies across the country as part of a national Day of Action against the policing bill. The local rally was organized by local activists, Alliance Against Poverty and Brayden McNe
This is a CALL OUT to gather publicly and voice our opposition to Harper's Anti-Terror Act, Bill C-51. Folks are welcome to meet up at Kitchener City Hall on March 14th at 12pm, 200 King St W. Federal Green party candidate Richard Walsh will be giving a short speech.
We are encouraging people to rally, march, talk to locals, plan direct actions or whatever it is they want to do. Open minds and diversity of tactics are recommended. This is part of the National Day of Action
As part of the 13th annual homelessness radio marathon in Canada (17th annual in North America), the CKMS newsroom hosted a discussion with Martin, Brayden, and Oz from KW based Alliance Against Poverty, a grassroots community organization. The discussion covers social housing and predatory landlords, emergency shelters and downloading of services onto community organizations, accessibility of healthy food, stagnant social assistance payments, and more. by Dan Kellar http://r