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Jun 28, 2010

Canada blocks action on poverty at G20 Summit

Global Call to Action Against Poverty and Make Poverty History
G20 must not use the weekend's violence as an excuse to ignore the world's poor, says two anti-poverty NGOs issuing joint response to the G20 Communique.
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No Rights, No Rules: Migrant Workers in a Globalized World

Jun 20, 2010
U of T - Hart House
7 Hart House Circle
Toronto
Canada
43° 39' 49.2084" N, 79° 23' 40.8876" W
CA
Join us to map out the step forwards to work with those people who leave their homes only be disappointed, neglected and abused by the Canadian Temporary Foreign Workers Program.
Event

The People's Street Summit

May 21, 2010
Vancouver Art Gallery
750 Hornby Street
Vancouver
Canada
49° 16' 59.4804" N, 123° 7' 15.366" W
CA
While the university is with the elites, we will be on the streets! Education should empower communities, not corporations.
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Vancouver People's Summit

Jun 20, 2010
Main St.
Between 29th and 33rd Ave.
Vancouver
Canada
49° 14' 31.7436" N, 123° 9' 23.4576" W
CA
Join us on June 20th at Vancouver's contribution to At The Table, the international campaign to ensure issues that matter are on the table at the G8/G20 Talks in Toronto.
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We ate the G8: People Summit

May 15, 2010
Harbour Centre
515 West Hastings Street
Vancouver
Canada
49° 17' 2.6664" N, 123° 6' 42.9912" W
CA
The Vancouver Community Mobilization Network calls for all those who oppose the neo-liberal free trade agenda to mobilize against this spectacle of greed and inequality.
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Darwin's Nightmare: A documentary

Apr 30, 2010
Isabel Bader Theatre
93 Charles Street West
Toronto
Canada
43° 40' 3.2556" N, 79° 23' 30.9372" W
CA
Award winning film delivers a shocking look at how globalization reduced a country to ruin.
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Shout Out for Global Justice

Jun 25, 2010
Massey Hall
178 Victoria Street
Toronto
Canada
43° 39' 39.6324" N, 79° 23' 42.9108" W
CA
On June 25, please join the Council of Canadians to challenge the G20 and demand trade, water and climate justice!
News
Apr 8, 2010

Mexico's Cola wars continue: A photo essay

Kristen Hanson
The indigenous residents of Coajomulco, Mexico have no water in their homes. The government provides the water beneath them for use in other larger cities -- including a Coca-Cola bottling plant.

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