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 members congratulate the students at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada for their successful effort to shut down the scheduled Board of Governors (BoG) meeting on March 29, 2011, after the University’s leading body refused to consider a motion calling for divestment of pension stock from four companies implicated in Israel’s occupation of Palestine.
The ILPS-Canada Organizing Committee strongly condemns Canada’s role in the ongoing imperialist attack against Libya, otherwise known as “imposing a no-fly zone”. Missiles and warplanes have been unleashed on the country on a scale unseen in the Arab world since the Iraq war, and casualties are mounting. US forces have been the “leading edge” in… Read More No to Canada’s involvement in the imperialist attack on Libya!
By Prof. Jose Maria Sison Chairperson, International League of Peoples Struggle 4 March 2011 The International League of Peoples Struggle (ILPS) views with grave concern and condemns the preparations being made by US imperialism and its European NATO allies (along with Canada — ed.) for outright military intervention in Libya in order to tighten their… Read More ILPS condemns U.S. and NATO preparations for military intervention against Libya
By Prof. Jose Maria Sison Chairperson, International Coordinating Committee International League of Peoples’ Struggle February 27, 2011 The International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS) steadfastly stands in solidarity with and supports the peoples of the North African and Middle East countries in their mass uprisings and revolutionary struggles for national liberation and democracy against the… Read More ILPS perspective on the peoples’ uprisings against autocratic regimes in North Africa & the Middle East
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)
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
Cette déclaration a été publiée en anglais le 10 décembre 2010 Par le professeur Jose Maria Sison Président Ligue internationale des luttes des peuples (ILPS) Le 10 décembre 2010 La Ligue internationale des luttes des peuples (International League of People’s Struggle – ILPS) condamne dans les termes les plus énergiques l’arrestation injuste de Julian Assange… Read More Déclaration sur l’arrestation de Julian Assange et les attaques contre Wikileaks
Support the campaign to reverse the deportation order on Jose Figueroa, a former student organizer for the Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN) — an organization that opposed the military dictatorship in El Salvador and later formed its government. Canadian officials now unjustly claim the FMLN is a “terrorist group”. “We are all Jose” campaign… Read More Oppose the deportation from Canada of Jose Figueroa, former FMLN member
Canada has been at the heart of the events surrouding Wikileaks thanks to our very own right wing fanatics. Tom Flanagan, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s former chief of staff, suggested that Wikileaks Editor in Chief, Julian Assange, “should be assassinated,” though Flanagan later retracted those comments after worldwide outcry. Flanagan told CBC TV that… Read More Free Julian Assange! Hands off Wikileaks!