Coalition Government Rallies Across Canada

Thursday, December 4, 2008 - 17:00 to Saturday, December 6, 2008 - 18:00

The Conservative government introduced an economic and fiscal statement last week that failed to provide economic relief for Canadians or any measures to get the economy back on track.


The Harper government is also committed to trampling workers' rights and women's rights to pay equity.



Canadians need a government that shows leadership.



The opposition parties are acting in a responsible manner. They are not going to force another costly and time-consuming election. Instead the Liberals and the NDP are planning to form a coalition government, with the support of the Bloc Québecois in the House of Commons, to get this Parliament to address the economic crisis in a way that benefits workers and their families.



Let's support a coalition government that will get us through this economic crisis.



Coalition Government Rallies Across Canada



 



St. John's, NL - Thursday, December 4th - 7 p.m. St. Theresa's Hall, Mundy Pond Road





Halifax, NS - Thursday, December 4th, 5:30pm - 6:30pm - Maritime Hall, Halifax Forum



Charlottetwon, PEI - Thursday, December 4th, 7pm - Murphy's Community Centre



Moncton, NB - Thursday, December 4th, 7pm -Moncton City Hall, Front Lawn



Regina, SK -Thursday, December 4th, 7pm -Education Auditorium, University of Regina



Edmonton, AB - Thursday, December 4 6pm -Winston Churchill Square -Downtown Edmonton Central



Winnipeg, MB - Thursday, December 4th, 7pm -Marlborough Hotel, 331 Smith Street, Ballroom



Vancouver -Thursday, December 4th, 5pm - Vancouver Trade and Convention Centre, Ballroom A



Toronto, ON -Saturday, December 6th, noon, City Hall -Nathan Phillips Square



Ottawa -Thursday, December 4th Parliament Hill



 

10 cities across Canada
Canada
39° 23' 45.7728" N, 121° 59' 47.3028" W
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