Rally at Toronto’s Christie Park, at the corner of Bloor Street and Christie, near the entrance to the Christie Subway Station
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Please wear masks, gloves and maintain physical distancing in the interest of good health and safety. Join us for a lively 90-minute rally with live music.
Speakers list includes:
Kurt Young, Socialist Action organizer in Peel, and member of Sheetmetal Workers’ Union, Local 30.
Qaiser Maroof, President, Toronto Local, Canadian Union of Postal Workers.
Kayla Weiler, Ontario Representative, Canadian Federation of Students.
Euridice Baumgarten, NDP Socialist Caucus.
Speaker from ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now).
Speaker from Ontario Coalition Against Poverty.
John Wilson, steering committee member of Queer Ontario.
Angela Bischoff, Greenspiration, networking for environmental and social justice.
Jahan Niroomand, Fightback Organizer and member of Canadian Freelance Union.
Sebastian Mendoza Price, Latin American and Caribbean Solidarity Network.
Chair: Elizabeth Byce, Treasurer, Socialist Caucus.
Singing ‘The Internationale’, Y.C. Lee, operatic tenor, member of No Pride in Policing Coalition. Singing ‘Solidarity Forever’, Emily Steers, soprano and member of PSAC at Laurier University.
We demand: Disarm, De-fund, Disband the Police, Free Public Transit, Ensure Safety-First for Education, Services and Production, Expropriate the Pandemic Profiteers – including the private Long Term Care center corporations, Tax the Rich, Free Post-Secondary Education, Fund human needs – not war production or the military, Hands Off Venezuela, Viva-Viva Palestina, Raise the minimum wage to $20/hour, for Good Jobs and a Living Income for All, for an Eco-socialist Green New Deal, Keep your Rent, and Provide Quality Housing and Childcare for all who need it.
Sponsored by Socialist Action. Endorsed by: Canadian Union of Postal Workers, Canadian Federation of Students, Ontario Coalition Against Poverty, ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now), Greenspiration, Queer Ontario, Louis Riel Bolivarian Circle, Latin American and Caribbean Solidarity Network, Fightback, NDP Socialist Caucus and Workers’ Action Movement
For more information call: 647-986-1917 www.socialistaction.ca
Vancouver Labour Day Rally at the Vancouver Central Library, Main Branch
Monday, September 7, at 2:00 p.m. Pacific Time.
For details, please call Socialist Action in British Columbia: 1-604-353-4020 or 1-250-589-3650.