Prospects for Peace in the Philippines – an Easter mass/cultural celebration

When: Sunday, April 24, 2011, 2 pm to 5 pm Where: 6767 Cote-des-Neiges (6th floor), Montréal, Québec An Easter event/mass featuring cultural celebrations in honour of Cordillera Day, held each year on April 24th to celebrate the struggles of the indigenous people in the Cordillera region of northern Philippines. The event will include a SKYPE… Read More Prospects for Peace in the Philippines – an Easter mass/cultural celebration

ILPS-Canada Interim Unity Statement (Draft Feb. 16, 2011)

Presentation ILPS-Canada will serve as the coordinating centre and broad alliance of the member organizations of the International League of Peoples’ Struggle in Canada. Its formation will be approved by the International Coordinating Committee of the ILPS. ILPS-Canada elects its officers in a country-wide Assembly held at least every 18 months. Its composition should reflect… Read More ILPS-Canada Interim Unity Statement (Draft Feb. 16, 2011)

Anti-imperialists in Canada coalescing into Canadian Chapter of ILPS

by Steve da Silva On December 4, 2010 a meeting was held in Montréal, Québec with delegates from people’s organizations from Ontario and Quebec to move towards unifying the anti-imperialist movement in Canada and internationally. Among the attendees were representatives of Barrio Nuevo, BASICS Community News Service, BAYAN Canada, Centre for Philippine Concerns, Immigrant Workers… Read More Anti-imperialists in Canada coalescing into Canadian Chapter of ILPS

Montreal International Women’s Conference concludes with the founding of the International Women’s Alliance

Press Release – Montréal, Québec, August 16, 2010 — Further momentum was generated towards a global, militant women’s movement with the establishment of an International Women’s Alliance (IWA) this afternoon following the Montreal International Women’s Conference (MIWC). Today marked the Founding Assembly of the International Women’s Alliance after an immensely successful two-day conference, uniting more… Read More Montreal International Women’s Conference concludes with the founding of the International Women’s Alliance

Montreal International Women’s Conference to get underway August 13

Media Advisory, Montreal, Quebec, Friday, August 6, 2010 The first Montreal International Women’s Conference hosted by the Committee of Women of Diverse Origins is set to get underway August 13-16, 2010 in Montreal, Quebec. For close to a decade a group of Montreal-based women have been working tirelessly to improve women’s lives here and abroad.… Read More Montreal International Women’s Conference to get underway August 13

Lal Salaam: What Operation Green Hunt Means for India?

FILM AND DISCUSSION SUNDAY MAY 9 @ 1:30 PM Cinema Room 1800 SFU Harbour Centre, 515 W. Hastings Vancouver, B.C., Canada Donations welcome ……………………………………. Join us for a film screening of the acclaimed film Lal Salaam, a fictional account based on the ongoing social, political, and economic realities that are affecting Adivasis (“tribal people”) and… Read More Lal Salaam: What Operation Green Hunt Means for India?

MONTREAL INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S CONFERENCE – Aug. 13-16, 2010

Participants from five continents will gather in Montreal, August 13-16, 2010, to discuss building a Global Militant Women’ s Movement in the 21st Century. And they will take a step towards this goal with an action plan and the formation of an International Women’s Alliance on the last day of the conference, August 16. The… Read More MONTREAL INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S CONFERENCE – Aug. 13-16, 2010

“A Woman’s place is in the struggle”: International Women’s Day in Vancouver

Join us in celebrating women's struggles around the world! Saturday, March 13, 2010 Britannia Community Centre CAFETERIA Near Commercial Drive at Napier Vancouver, B.C. Canada 6:00 pm-9:00 pm — Program Proper 9:00 pm-11:30 pm — Dance & Live DJ International Songs and Music with songs from the Solidarity Notes Labour Choir Free Admission: International Food… Read More “A Woman’s place is in the struggle”: International Women’s Day in Vancouver

Montreal launch of first two books of Selected Works of Jose Maria Sison

Featuring author live from The Netherlands When: Saturday, November 7, 2009; 2 pm – 4 pm Where: Maison Norman Bethune Bookstore, 1918 Frontenac Street in Montreal, right next to the Frontenac Metro Free admission Montreal, October 12, 2009 – The Norman Bethune Bookstore, with the Centre for Philippine Concerns and BAYAN Canada, invites you to… Read More Montreal launch of first two books of Selected Works of Jose Maria Sison