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by Janine Sunday, Mar. 07, 2004 at 8:18 PM

Greetings, We now have 30 cities and towns listed on the CPA website for M20. Please chech that all the details are there and let me know about any changes. Peace Sid Lacombe CPA



March 20, 1:00pm
Gage Park
For more information contact: Sanjeev Goel, sgoel@sympatico.ca


March 20, 10:30am
Burlington-Toronto Peace Rally Bus
Depart Burlington GO Fairview/Brant Station 10:30- leaving Toronto return around 5
freewill offering
Please contact BAND member to confirm seat: 905-632-4774


March 20, 1:00-2:30pm
March and Rally
Gather at Memorial Park (Between 12 & 13 Avenue and 3 & 4 Street SW)
March to Tomkins Park (8 Street at 17 Avenue SW)
(rally and speakers at 2pm(ish - depending on the march)

Both locations are wheelchair accessible. Smoking is permitted. Pets or animals may be present.
Organized by Peace Calgary
For more information contact: Grant Neufeld, activist@activist.ca or www.peacecalgary.ca/event/


"The World Still Says No to War" and Canadians "Say No to

the U.S Anti-Ballistic Missile Defence Program"

Peace Rally and March, 2:00 p.m. Gather at Province House, Richmond Street,

Charlottetown. Music, Songs, and Speakers. Organized by Island Peace



E.C.A.W.A.R. (Edmonton Coalition Against War & Racism) is organizing a PEACE WALK and Rally on the one year anniversary of the illegal, unjust and immoral US-led war on millions of Iraqi people. And to voice opposition to the continued occupation of Iraq by US led military Forces.

This is part of Peace Demonstrations organized world-wide!

On Saturday March 20 at 1:00 PM, Edmonton area Peace-seekers will assemble at the Old Strathcona Gazebo (104 St & 83 Av) and walk to the rallying point at Corbett Hall, U of A.

As well as local speeches and musicians, the rally will have a Live feed of Noam Chomsky at 2:30 PM, speaking in Vancouver.

See www.wage-peace.org for volunteer opportunity and details. More information at 988-2713.


Yes to Peace and Justice- No to War and Occupation March 20 action 2004 Peace Sponsored By: Fort Qu'Appelle Peace and Justice Group/Kairos

Begins 10AM, From Curling Rink to Roca Jacks Coffee House


March 20, 11:00am
Walk & Speaker
No to War & Occupation: Yes to Peace & Justice
No to Racism: Yes to Equality
Meet @ Lois Hagan Park (across from Selkirk College)
Organized by: Boundary Peace Initiative & Boundary Multicultural Society


March 20, 1:30pm
Rally and March
Starting at the South Commons (corner of Bell and Trollope)
Halifax Peace Coalition is organizing a peace march as part of the Global day of action to remember and protest the first anniversary of the Iraq War. Around the world peace and social justice groups are mobilizing.
Organized by the Halifax Peace Coalition
For more information contact: hfxpeace@chebucto.ns.ca


March 6, 7:00-10:00pm
McMaster's Fifth Annual Campus Community Peace Symposium's
Peace Party Extravaganza
Staircase Theatre-Café
Admission: $10 (Or pay what you can)
A Night of Artistic Activism - Poetry, Song and Film!
Celebrating how North Americans can bring about Sustainable Peace through Artistry, Activism and Alternative Nonviolent Actions!
For more information conatct: Simon De Abreu, 905-525-2281, peacesymposium@excite.com


March 20, 12:00pm
Rally At the "sails," Bernard Ave
For more information contact: Mark Haley, marcos@silk.net


March 20, 1:00pm
Rally and March
The starting point is in front of Stauffer Library, ending at the City Hall
Organized by Queen's Against War
For more information contact Darko Matovic, darkom1@cogeco.ca


"People for Peace" is holding a demonstration on March 20, at 1pm, at Victoria Park, meeting on the corner of Richmond St. and Central Avenue.


March 18, 6:00pm/7:00pm
Potluck and Speaker
6:00 supper, 7:00 speaker
St. Marks Anglican Church, 3rd St. Midland
Who: Lyn Adamson
Topic: Peace initiatives by Israeli and Palestinian women

March 20, 11:00am
Outside the Library on King St.
Come with banners, musical instruments, or just youselves


Mississauga Coalition for Peace and Justice. Are organizing a rally for the March 20 Day of Action

Place: Public square at SE corner of Hurontario and Dundas Streets, Time: 10 am

Format - Rally and March

We are holding the event at 10 so that people canstill make it to the Toronto event. Sincerely,

Email: mcaswi@yahoo.ca

Web: www.geocities.com/mississaugacoalition


March 20: March organized by "Concerned Citizens for Peace", 12:00 noon start at the University of Moncton. Walk to City Hall for 12:30 p.m. arrival; also speakers and a rally.


March 20, 1:00pm
Rally and March
Starting at Dominion Square (corner of Peel & Rene-Levesque)
Organized by Collectif Échec à la guerre


March 20, 1:00-3:00pm
Swylana Park
Musicians, poets and speakers
Organized by United for Peace and Justice Nanaimo

March 20, 1:00pm
March and Public Meeting
For more information contact: Reid Stewart, rvs012001@hotmail.com

Rally 1pm Saturday March 20, Parliament Hill

Momentum is building across the globe for the World Day of Action against War and Occupation on March 20, the anniversary of the bombing and invasion of Iraq. Join the millions who will take to the streets to stand together for peace.


March 20, 1:00-4:30pm
Peace Feat
The Station Gallery, 1 Avenue Road
Music: "Phynix," one of Canada`s outstanding Singer/songwriters; Poets: Shelly Hazzard (CBC short list) and more; Pannel Forum: What Next...for Peace?
For more information contact: morrieli@vianet.on.ca


Rally at 1 p.m. in front of Penticton Secondary and march to Main and Warren and stand on all corners and medians, with our peace signs and banners. Come prepared on the March 17 meeting to make some placards and other such signs for peace.

Before March 20, every day we are going to distribute leaflets outside Stockwell Day's office, with information regarding Canada's position on missile defence and in particular the Prime Minister's determination to tie us in with the US Government's plans to militarize space (referred to as Star Wars II). We call on the Canadian Government to cease and desist any such plans, now and forever. If you can contribute a few hours to do some leafleting, please forward you name and number to Paul Lavallee epaulo@shaw.ca, who is coordinating the scheduling.


March 20, 12:45pm
Rally and March
March to City Hall with speakers there, and maybe music
Organized by the Peace Coalition of Prince Albert
For more information contact Larry at 764-5532


March 19, 7:00-9:00pm
Peterborough Public Library, 213 Aylmer St
An evening to talk about what we can do to further peace in the world.
Speakers: Michelle Strutzenberger from the Peacebuilders Project in Peterborough; David Milne from the Christian Peacemakers Team, speaking about his time in Iraq in the fall of 2003, after the invasion; Kali Galanis of WarChild, to talk about the work to rescue child soldiers around the world.
Sponsored by Kawartha Ploughshares

March 20, 1:00pm
Rally and Walk
Confederation Park, corner of George and McDonald (across from city hall)
Rally in Confederation Park, starting at 1:00pm, and then a walk around downtown Peterborough starting around 2:00pm (along Water St to Charlotte St to George St, and along George St back to Confederation Park)
Bring banners, signs, instruments, good spirits, and a wish to act for peace in the world.


Manifestation le samedi 20 mars

contre l'occupation de l'Irak et de la Palestine

mais aussi contre la militarisation du Canada.

Les violations des droits humains

sous ces occupations violentes sont totalement inacceptables.

12h : Exposition de photos-chocs de l'invasion de l'Irak

13h : Allocution de Michel Chartrand (ancien syndicaliste initiateur du 1er comité de solidarité Québec-Palestine), Robert Turcotte (citoyen-témoin de l‚invasion de l‚Irak), Taieb Moalla (spécialiste de la question palestinienne et Lucie Huart (sur la militarisation du Canada)

Robert Turcotte, citoyen-témoin de l‚invasion de l‚Irak & Taieb Moalla

Où : Centre Lucien Borne, 100 Chemin Ste-Foy (coin Côte Salaberry)

14 h : début de la manifestation.

Nouveau ? Service de garderie lors de la manif :

contacter Marie-Noëlle (Alternatives) (418) 521-4000 ou info@coalitionsquebec.org


March 20
Details to be announced
For more information contact: Bob Stuart, bobstuart@saltspring.com


March 20, 1:00 p.m.
Peace now! A vigil marking one year of war and occupation in Iraq.
Express your sorrow with us in a half-hour silent vigil.
On the sidewalk, south side of Lambton Mall, Sarnia, Ontario.
Sponsored by PeaceWorks.


Stop War / Echec a la Guerre (March 20 Mobilization)

Saturday, March 20th 2004 11:00 am

Saskatoon says "No!" to illegal war with a noon rally and march from City Hall after warmup at Third Avenue United Church at 11 am.


March 20, 1:00pm
Nathan Phillips Square
* End the occupation of Iraq * Freedom for Palestine * Canadian Troops out of Afghanistan
Bring your friends, your coworkers, your family and fellow students!
Organized by Toronto Coalition to Stop the War
For more information contact: peace@nowar.ca or visit <http://www.nowar.ca/>www.nowar.ca


March 20, 11:00am & 1:00pm
Gather: 11a.m. at Peace Flame Park (south end of Burrard Bridge)
Rally: 1p.m. at Sunset Beach (off Beach Ave at Bute)
Featuring Noam Chomsky, more speakers and live music
Join this international day of action to say no to war and occupation, and yes to peace and justice. Last year, record numbers marched against the illegal and unjust war on Iraq. On March 20th, be part of demonstrating that the world still says no to war.
Organized by the StopWar.ca Coalition
For more information: email contact@stopwar.ca, call 604-737-1299, or visit <http://www.stopwar.ca/>www.stopwar.ca


March 20, 1:00pm
Centennial Square
End the Occupation of Iraq
Organized by Victoria Stop the War Committee
For more information contact: Eric Lescarbeau, 385-7087 or stopthewarcommittee@hotmail.com



Global Day of Protest! SAT., MAR. 20, 1:00 P.M.


For info contact the No War Coalition (Manitoba) phone 775-8178 ext. 2 or email nowar@projectpeacemakers.org.

Earth Week - Earth Walk - Toolkit - More - http://pej.ca
Peace, Earth & Justice News online - http://pej.org

From: "Canadian Peace Alliance" <cpa@web.ca> (by way of Alan Rycroft <rycroft@islandnet.com>)

editor's note: I wonder how many people will have seen The Corporation by March 20th, 2004?

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