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Rally at Millenium Park, 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM, February 15th
Contacts or Sponsors: Gordon
Phone: (403) 262-2390
Phone: (403) 270-9669
Peace Rally and March at NOON. Centennial Park
Featuring: ~Sarah Harper to perform John Lennon's "Imagine" ~Bob Warwick and Bagpipes ~The Women of Song ~Drumming Group ~Poetry Reading. Various speakers including children who will complete the sentence: "World peace is important to my life because.....". After the Peace Rally.. a bagpipe band will lead our parade through the Main Street of Canmore. Permits have been obtained from the Town of Canmore for the Rally and March. Location: Centennial Park Main Street Canmore
Contact: Michele Corbeil firstname.lastname@example.org
Rally at Churchill Square, 1:00 PM, February 15th
Against War and Racism
Contacts or Sponsors: Lisa
Phone: (780) 988-6634
Phone: (780) 991-2832
email@example.com Phone: (780) 988-2713
1:00 City Hall: speech and singing; 1:30 Yates auditorium; 2:30 march to MP's office to deliver anti-war postcards. Groups: Lethbridge Network for Peace. Address: Lethbridge City Hall; Lethbridge, AB, CA Yates Centre; Lethbridge, AB, CA Lethbridge MP office; Lethbridge, AB, CA Age Restriction: all-ages. Cost: free. Pets may be present.
We will be meeting at the Speakers Corner in downtown Medicine Hat at 1:00 PM..The Raging Grannies will be singing and people are being encouraged to come with signs,banners and rakes and hoes; plougshares instead of bombs.People will also be given the opportunity to speak out against George Bushes intended attack on Iraq. We hope to double our numbers this time. Yours in peace, Agnes Wiley. contact LandAWiley@aol.com
peace rally feb. 15 rally in front of city hall at noon and then go to a united church at 2. Contact: Alisa Jarvis at firstname.lastname@example.orgBritish Columbia
Peace Walk from 3-5 pm from Chamber of Commerce 3-5pm contact J.J. at 250-8252 for info
Join millions across the planet & speak out against a US invasion, US bombing, & US-led sanctions that kill innocent Iraqi people.
People will be demonstrating for peace at the 17th street bridge from 3 to 5pm on Friday February 14th in concert with world wide peace actions during that week.
The Comox Valley Peace Group is also organizing a double header bus trip on February 15 to the Nanoose military base and the Nanaimo peace march and rally. Come down to the bridge on Friday afternoon and sign up for a $15 seat or phone ernie at 250 897 3916.
Peace Connection is sponsoring a peace rally (our second) on the 15th. The Council of Canadians chapter is participating. We are meeting at the (12:00 noon)Doghouse restaurant and marching to city square. contact info is Margot Izard email@example.com
Peace Fair with sign making for the kid from 10-2 at the Grand Forks High School. March to Hwy #3 for demo. Contact: J.J. 250-442-8252
Peace Walk and information session
Congregate In front of the Desert Gardens Seniors Centre - 540 Seymour Street at 1:00 PM on February 15th We'll walk through downtown and return to Desert Gardens for a short rally. Music, refreshments, and snacks will be available. A video presentation will be shown afterwards.
For more information call: Tristan Cavers, Council of Canadians, 250-574-3234, or Graham Hope, Amnesty International, 250-573-5779
It is about oil !!
Please walk, ride Transit, bike, roller blade, or carpool on February 15th if you can.
1:00 p.m., meet at the "Sails" at the bottom of Bernard, by the waterfront. Contact: Mark Haley, firstname.lastname@example.org or 250-860-6108
"Vigil For Peace" Main Street, Next to the Post Office 11 AM Saturday, February 15
Contact: Lillooet Peace and Ecology Society 250 256 4700 or 250 256 7971
Nelson, Light For Peace Videos, speakers, poetry, solutions & educational exchange Nelson United Church. 602 Silica Saturday, February 15, 2003 7:30-9:30 pm
Contact: Hannah Hadikein 250-352-3609 email@example.com
1 p.m., meeting in front of Penticton High School (on Main St) and marching along Main (south) to Cherry Lane Mall. Hosted by the Penticton Peace Group Contact - Brigid Kemp, 809-8522 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet at the Courthouse! Come out and show your opposition to this murderous war. If you would like to know more about the broader movement against the war in Prince George, or help the anti-war on Iraq coalition please contact Stephen Von Sychowski at email@example.com
The Qualicum Beach Council endorsed the Peace Walk on Saturday Feb. 15/03. The walk will start at 12;00 noon at the parking lot on the corner of Fern and Beach st. From there we will proceed down Fern st. to Memorial Ave., down Memorial Ave. to Second Ave, up Second Ave to Primrose Ave. and the village Square (Town Hall Bldg and Library). The event will climax with music, short speeches etc. We would prefer you bring signs emphasizing peace. This is a non-political event for all citizens concerned about world peace! We welcome your participation Q.B. Peace Walk committee. For further information please call - 250-752-9057 Norma 250-752-2706 Bud 250-248-2477
Sat Feb 15 at 12 noon Place: Helen Dixon School, march will proceed from there Organizer: Doug Gook firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday Feb 15, Peace Walk and Rally. Sponsored by Council of Canadians. Meet at the cenotaph at 2PM. Walk to the Peace Park at the wharf. Please bring signs. Dr Warren Bell will speak. Contact person: Pat Fritzel 832 9070 email@example.com
Voice of Women and the Coalition of Concerned Citizens invite all Salt Spring Islanders and visitors to join us on Saturday, Feb 15 from 3:30-5:30 in Centennial Park for a March and rally. Over 500 white arm bands symbolizing our demand for peace have been sewn and are being distributed at et cetera in Upper Ganges and the Growing Circle Food Co-op in Lower Ganges. We hope everyone will be wearing an armband throughout the week, at the rally and for as long as it is needed as a concrete symbol of your desire for peace.
February 15 - 1:00 am Main Street Peace March Contact: Jim Senka - firstname.lastname@example.org
West Coast Peace Alliance is coordinating a rally that will begin at noon @ the Gazebo (corner of 3rd & Campbell). There will be music and presentations followed by a march through town. For more information please contact Lee-Ann @ (250) 725-1254.
Gather 12:30 p.m. Canada Place 1 p.m. march (passing US & UK Consulates) to 2 p.m. Rally at Vancouver Art Gallery Music by members of Spirit of the West - Guest Speakers tba. November 17th Peace Coalition: For info or to join the coalition contact CESAPI ph/fax 604 737 1299 email@example.com or EAR ph 604 687 3223 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
United for Peace and Justice - Central Vancouver Island Saturday February 15, 1-3 p.m., Maffeo-Sutton Park at Swyalana Lagoon. Mass rally, speakers, music, actions Full-page ad in local paper 2 days before. Our message is: No War on Iraq and Peace Is Possible Future plans: Respectfully surround City Hall and inform Councilors of our position. Contact, email@example.com
Rally for Peace 1:00 pm starting at Centennial Square and going to the Armouries on Blanshard and we will snake march our way there and have speeches and calls for peace along the way. We will figure out a way to have another concert and will post the details.
Prayers for Peace Saturday, February 15th 2003 11 am - 11:30 am, Prayers for peace with regards to the confict between Iraq and the USA.
Location: Westbank United Church 3672 Brown Road Westbank, BC International Contact: Reverend Bill Laurie firstname.lastname@example.org 250 - 768-4426 Sponsored By: Westbank United ChurchManitoba
Assemble 2 pm at the Brandon U Knowles-Douglas Building for a march to Rick Borotsik, M.P.'s office. Contact Megan Gavin at Brandon U Students Union 727-9667
WALK FOR PEACE SAT., FEB. 15, 1:00 pm MEET AT CITY HALL FOR A WALK TO THE LEGISLATURE No War Against Iraq Coalition (Manitoba): For more information or to join, please call 775-8178.New Brunswick
On Saturday, February 15, 2003, at 12 noon, a short prayer service followed by an opportunity to sign a petition, opposing any possibility of Canada supporting the current call for war against Iraq,will take place at First United Church, Campbellton, corner of Adam and Aberdeen. This will be an ecumenical and bilingual gathering for local citizens. It has been organized by area churches. Marlene Trenholm Ph: (506)536-1334 Fax: (506)536-2900 Email: email@example.com Web Site: http://www3.nbnet.nb.ca/marconf/home.htm
Street Party and March Against War and Canadian Complicity Noon, February 15 at Fredericton City Hall. February 15 will mark the largest coordinated protest in the history of the world. Please join others around the world to call for an end to U.S. aggression against Iraq.
Bring noise makers and express yourself creatively!
Saturday - February 15, 2003 - Noon In front of City Hall, Main Street, Moncton Organized by: Concerned Citizens for Peace For information: Steve Bérubé 386-2196 or Anne Wéry 383-1608 or firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
There will be a peace vigil at the Gazebo in Riverview, this Saturday February the 8th at 12 noon. The following Saturday the 15th has been set aside as an International Day for Peace. We plan a big rally at Moncton City Hall at 12 noon. There will be speakers and music. We hope to have enough people out to form the peace symbol.
Gather at the Athletic Centre (York and College Streets) at l0:30 a.m. for a peaceful march through downtown Sackville. After the march people are meeting at the Sackville United Church where information packets answering the most-often raised questions about the war will be available along with t-shirts, buttons and white armbands, the worldwide symbol of opposition to the war on Iraq. A billboard will be displayed in downtown Sackville, highlighting cities around the globe where demonstrations are being held on February l5. Figures indicating the number of participants in the demonstrations will be tacked to each city as the information comes in over the internet. The Tantramar Peace Coalition includes representatives from the Council of Canadians, the NDP, the Mount Allison University student body and faculty, Amnesty International, the Blue-Green Society and faith communities, as well as concerned individuals.Newfoundland
February 15th 2003 2:00 pm
Peace Rally St. John's, Newfoundland City Hall.
Yellowknife Public peace actions, Schedule of events: 1:30 p.m. Prayer dedication (for those interested) in NUP Chapel 1:45 p.m. Marchers gather in the auditorium at NUP 2:00 p.m. March for Peace. The parade will leave NUP, circle passed City Hall and DND (where a moment of silence will be observed in honour of all victims of war), then return down Franklin to NUP. 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. Reception in NUP auditorium Refreshments: hot chocolate and cookies Music: Ceilidh Friends and Lorelei Andrews Confirmed Speakers: Bishop Denis Croteau (Roman Catholic Diocese), Mohamed Shoblak (Islamic Cultural Association) and Suzette Montreuil (Alternatives North) Activities: Making a banner to send to UN, making white poppies and origami cranes as peace symbols, and making "Rice for Hawks" packages. 7:00 p.m. Prayer meeting and vigil organised by local churches
For further information call Ben McDonald 867-669-0991 or Pastor Liz Richards at 867-873-6291Nova Scotia
PEACE MARCH & GATHERING 1:00 pm Annapolis Royal Town Hall, followed by a gathering at ARCAC (Arts Council bldg) with Angela Hall speaking and other speakers. For info: Judy Kennedy 902 532 7217 or firstname.lastname@example.org
March begins at 2:00 p.m. at the Post Office (Federal Building). We will proceed down Main Street to St. James United Church for a rally. Please bring signs & banners. Our last peace march attracted more than 300 people! For more information 902-867-1426 or 863-6965
February 15th PEACE MARCH, 1:00 PM Starts at the Commons Triangle (Bell Rd and Cogswell) Walk to the Grand Parade, with Short RALLY. Organized by the Halifax Peace Coalition. Info- http://hfxpeace.chebucto.org email email@example.com
St. Mark's United Church in Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia is planning a Peace Vigil for Saturday, February 15th at 8 pm in St. Mark's United Church 504 Bernard Street, Port Hawkesbury. All are welcome to attend.
Assemble at the Sydney Shopping Centre on Prince Street at 1:45 PM and march to the Steelworker's Hall (369 Prince Street). Speakers will say a few words to those gathered there at 2 PM. Come; bring signs, posters and banners to carry; spread the word; bring friends; express our concern for a peaceful resolution to the crisis with Iraq."
Saturday February 15th is another day chosen internatioanlly for Peace Rallies. Therefore, there will be a gathering at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday at St. Andrew's Truro for prayer and praise, followed by a "march" to the civic square by the Police Station. Bring your signs. We will be brief outside- singing, signs, and public witness. All over by 11:00 a.m. Please spread the word! Contact Rev. Margaret Sagar firstname.lastname@example.org
Peace March at 11:00 am In front of the Wolfville post office Contact: David and Jane Mangle Ph (902) 542-7718 or email@example.com Note that the march will be over in time for people to reach Halifax for the march there at 1:00 p.m. !
PEACE MARCH: A group of concerned citizens are organizing a Yarmouth Peace March for February 15. Meet 9:00 am at the Tourist Bureau parking lot (Main and Forest Streets). Route goes through Main Street and ends at Beacon United Church, Beacon Street, for hot drinks and special speakers. All socially concerned citizens are invited: all ages, all faiths, all political parties. For more information, call 902-742-6382Ontario
Ontario Peace rally at Barrie City Hall at 1PM, Feb 15 Contact: Jason Mills 705-792-0369
Rally against war on February 15th, 12:30 at Victoria Hall on King Street, Join us for live music and discussion followed by a march at 1:30
Peace Rally, 1pm at Bob Kilger's Office, 501 Montreal Rd. Join us for speakers, music and all sorts of cool stuff. Bring your friends and family. Lets stop this war together!
contact the Cornwall Anti-war Coalition: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Guelph's Snow People For Peace for a rally at 11 am at the War Memorial Hall. March to MP Brenda Chamberlain's office to folow.
The November 16 Coalition is planning to send more than one bus to Toronto for the 15th. Please e-mail email@example.com or call 905-387-7434. www.geocities.com/november16coalition. $5 to reserve a seat.
Rally against the war!! 1 pm at the Town Hall Huntsville, Ontario
contact Kate Santos firstname.lastname@example.org
Rally at 11:30 a.m. Corner of University & Union. March will start in front of the Stauffer Library, move to Princess Street then to the Staff College! Speakers, Raging Grannies, Radical Cheerleaders, music, oil barrels, GIANT PUPPETS. BRING FAMILY, FRIENDS, PROTEST SIGNS
Contact Alia (613) 539-3859
Saturday Feb. 15th WATERLOO: WALK FOR PEACE The walk begins at 10:30am off Seagram St., goes on Laurel trail down to the exit at Young St. This is a citizens protest to allow the people of Waterloo to have the opportunity to share their concerns regarding this situation. People of all ages are welcome to participate. Info: Louisette Lanteigne 885-7619 or email@example.com
TORONTO: PEACE RALLY Bus from K-W leaving 10am from Univ of Waterloo, 10:15 Waterloo Town Square, 10:30 Kitchener City Hall; Tickets from KWCAWSI 578-1425 (after 3:30pm)
Saturday, February 15th, from 1:00 - 2:00 PM. It will be held in at Victoria Park (at the Northwest corner of Richmond & Central) London Chapter of the CoC is endorsing, and mobilizing their members to attend the Peace March. After the march, some brief speeches are planned. Contact Rebecca Coulter, firstname.lastname@example.org
12 noon Peaceworks is holding a silent protest outside the library on King St. Members of the public are invited to join. We will be wearing dark clothing and white arm bands . we will distribute small packages of rice to be sent to Ottawa with the messsage "food not bombs for Iraq". Elizabeth O'Connor
Rally and Video Event, Saturday, February 15.
Rally 1 pm, North Bay City Hall, McIntyre Street Steps, Video Screening of "Hidden Wars of Desert Storm" 3 pm, St. Andrew's United Church For more information telephone the North Bay Peace Alliance at 497 0373.
Saturday, Feb 15, 12 noon at Orangeville Town Hall - followed by public discussion in the Orangeville Library public meeting room.
Rally, march, and petition signing. Opera House West & Mississaga Sts.). 12 Noon. Orillia Peace Group. Contact Allan Millard 705-326-0433
Meet at 1:30 at the parking lot at Maisonneuve and St. Laurent in Hull. The march will pass winterlude at Jack Cartier, Major's Hill park and the Embassy. Everyone come. Bring your noise makers, puppets, etc. Let's make this the biggest march yet!
Ottawa contacts email@example.com 613 523 1077 www.nowar-paix.ca solidarity,
Pembroke's first teach-in will help its participants come up with options to war in Iraq and discuss how Canada can make a positive contribution to peacemaking and peacekeeping.
The teach-in takes place at Algonquin College on Saturday, February 15 at about 1:30 after an outdoor rally at Cenotaph Park (Pembroke and Mackay Streets) at 12:30.
Meet at Confederation Park at 1:00 pm. march to Peterborough Square and on to St Paul's Church Hall, 120 Murray St. for speakers, entertainment and refreshments. All are Welcome. Call Joyce for details at 743-0241
Saturday Feb. 15th 2:00 PM
- meet at the Bobby Orr Community Centre
Information sessions after march at Trinity Anglican Church. Bring your own signs
For more information contact
Organized by the Parry Sound Poets Society and supported by Parry Sound
PORT PERRY PEACE RALLY
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH,
NOON-1PM: PEACE PARADE
1PM-3PM: PEACE TALKS
The Port Perry Peace Rally will begin with a march along the mainstreet of Downtown
Port Perry and return to the Latcham Centre (Queen & Water Streets) where there will
be an afternoon of guest speakers. Some of these speakers include Federal MP. Mr.
Alex Shepherd, local Councillor Mr. Larry Corrigan and other politicians, religious
leaders and concerned citizens. This will be a family event and will include arts &
crafts, music and fellowship. Refreshments and snacks will be provided.Participants
are encouraged to bring posters and banners.
Melanie Baker @ 905-655-3239
Paul Woodcraft @ 905-985-9049
Busses and Carpooling to the Toronto Action
Niagara Coalition for Peace BUS leaving CAW Hall, 124 Bunting Road, St. Catharines, 10:30 am. BUS leaving Al-Noor Mosque, 117 Geneva St., St. Catharines, 10:45 am. Bus: possible $5 donation. Info.Steve firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet at The Courthouse, 426 Queen Street East, Saturday 1PM, Noon if you want to help with signs, banners, and reap all the yummy rewards (there will be >at least timbits & coffee) **WHAT ELSE?** There will be a march to Carmen Provenzano's office shortly after gathering
We call upon all Sudburians to come and rally for peace at 1:00 pm on Saturday,
February 15 at Tom Davies Square (City Hall). We will be joining hundreds of thousands of
others across Canada and millions throughout the world in proclaiming War Is Not a
Solution! and No
to Bush's War!
There will be a peace vigil in Thornbury, Ontario (may be hard to find on
most maps) outside the old post office between 5 and 6 p.m. on the
15th this is arranged to fit in with the Saturday jobs of the youth group
from the secondary school.
Contact: Jessie at email@example.com
Coalition for Peace and International Justice (TBCPIJ) is pleased to announce the itinerary for the Saturday February 15th world-wide "Day of Action".
The Thunder Bay "Day of Action": 1:00 PM in the AGORA (Main Square) on the Lakehead University Campus. Community gathering which will host speakers, poetry reading, music, song, and Interpretive Dance by the Image Dancers. Beverages, discussiopn and workshops to follow.
Rally and March from Dundas Square (the new Square at Yonge and Dundas) at 1:00 pm
Abdul Rehman-Malik for the Muslim community Ken Georgetti, Head of the Canadian Labour Congress Cathy Crowe, Toronto Disaster Relief committee Jack Layton, leader of federal NDP Kemi Jacobs, Canadian Council for Refugess Judy Rebick, Toronto Social Forum, Rabble.ca
On Saturday the 15th of February there will be a Peace Walk through Uxbridge. The event is to raise awareness of those against war in Iraq. It will start at 7:30 pm and will be about 1 hour long, afterwards there will be an optional meet and great. The details:
February 15th at 7:30 pm Meet in front of the Library It will be a candlelight walk through Uxbridge Bring signs if you want This is a family friendly event : No Violence will be tolerated.
Demonstrate noon to 2 p.m. at the side of Huron Church Road (where Highway
401 ends, becoming the access to Ambassador Bridge to the USA.) Assemble at
the corner of Huron Church Road and College Avenue.
Windsor Peace Committee
Windsor, Ontario CANADA
The Island Peace Committee is organizing a demonstration and march on Sat, Feb. 15th, starting at 2pm at the PEI Legislature. F.R.E.E.D.O.M. PEI (Folks for Real Education on the Economically-motivated Deployment Of the Military) supports this Day of Action and calls on all those opposed to the US war drive on Iraq to join in the protest. Bring noisemakers, banners, placards and other creative expressions against war! Get in touch. We are F.R.E.E.D.O.M. PEI (Folks for Real Education on the Economically-motivated Deployment Of the Military) James Clement (902) 658-2278 firstname.lastname@example.org Aaron Koleszar (902) 659-2575 email@example.comQuebec
MANIFESTATION POUR LA PAIX
LE 15 FÉVRIER 2003. À 13h00
COIN RENE-LEVESQUE ET PEEL
Meet at (Miramichi Prebytery) At 2:00 pm on February 15 there will be a large bilingual ecumenical worship service in the Catholic Church in New Carlisle Québec. The planning team consisted of representatives from the Roman Catholic, Anglican and United Churches. The service will be followed by a peaceful march to offices of Federal MP Georges Ferrah.
Ville de Quebec/Quebec City: March for Peace/Marche pour la Paix
13h, Centre Lucien-Borne, 100 Chemin Ste-Foy
Info.: Sebastien Bouchard d'Alternatives (418) 521-4000 / firstname.lastname@example.orgSaskatchewan
Feb.15 we meet at the Coop at 12.noon and march to City Hall at 1.00 pm with
speakers. We leave the Coop on central ave. at 12.45
contact Larry Zepp at 306-764-5532
March: 1 pm at the Cenotaph in Victoria Park
Rally (& speakers): 2 pm at the Forum in City Hall
Organised by Regina Peace Action Coalition
Contact info: Sarah tel: (306) 522-5657 email: email@example.com OR
Catherine tel :(306) 569-7699 email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
RALLY FOR PEACE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 12:30, we will again Rally for Peace, beginning at St. Thomas More College and proceeding along College Drive to University Hospital Gates.
Saskatoon Peace Coalition
Whitehorse United Church council is organizing a a Community Gathering for Peace in Prayer and Action . Saturday, February 15, 2003 4 to 6 PM. Contact 867-668-7664 or email@example.com
A time for quiet personal centering, meditation, prayer, and reflection.
Information tables re: various actions A space for personal creative actions (letter writing, poems, reflections etc.) . Whitehorse United Church 601 Main St. Whitehorse, Yukon