Projet Accompagnement Solidarité Colombie

Events - Canada

Conférence "La Colombie vers la fin du conflit ?"

5 May 2016 - 19:00

 

La Colombie vers la fin du conflit ? : Dialogues et perspectives de paix

 

Conférence avec Alfredo Molano Bravo

Écrivain, journaliste et sociologue colombien, né à Bogota en 1944, il est l'un des chroniqueurs les plus influents du conflit armé de la Colombie.*

 

Présentation par Catherine LeGrand, Université McGill.

Commentaire par Leila Celis, Université du Québec à Montréal.

 

5 mai, 19h-21h

A bas les murs de la prison de Valledupar

26 February 2016 - 23:00

Une soirée en solidarité avec les détenu.e.s de la prison de Valledupar, la Tramacua, dont les murs doivent tomber!

OÙ? DIRA: 2035 St-Laurent (3e étage), Montréal, QC

QUAND? vendredi 26 février à 18h00

Teach-in de la CLAC

6 February 2016 - 17:30

Samedi le 6 février 2016
État des luttes : défis et perspectives pour les mouvements sociaux et l'anticapitalisme
Une journée de présentations et discussions pour réfléchir et travailler ensemble

*Et lancement de la toute nouvelle brochure de la CLAC
« Pourquoi nous sommes anticapitalistes ! »



Au 4650 Ontario Est (métro Viau)
Ouverture des portes dès 12h
12h30 à 14h15 : Ateliers et film documentaire

PROTECT THE TERRITORY : STORIES OF LAND DEFENSE AGAINST PIPELINE AND INDUSTRIAL EXPANSION

17 November 2015 - 23:00

Join us for an evening where we celebrate struggles of indigenous land
defense with:

•Toghestiy, Hereditary Chief of the Wet'suwet'en Likhts'amisyu Clan

•Shannon Chief, Shannon Chief, from the Anishnabe Nation of the Ottawa
River Water

•Felipe Uncacia of the U’wa people from Colombia

•Natasha Kanapé Fontaine, poet and Innu activist

•André Pikutelekan, traditionnalist Innu from Pessamit

•Video documentaries by subMedia.tv.

NOVEMBER 17th 6PM, ROOM « LA CHAUFFERIE »  IN UQAM

Solidarity march : Toxic tour

27 August 2015

Chemical Valley (located outside of Sarnia, Ontario) has the highest concentration of petrochemical plants in Canada. The pollution from these plants disproportionately affects members of the Aamjiwnaang First Nation community.

Every year Aamjiwnaang & Sarnia Against Pipelines (ASAP) hosts Toxic Tours to raise awareness of the chemical valley and the impacts of resource extraction on their community. Aamjiwnaang is surrounded by 40% of Canada's petrochemical industry, with refineries such as Suncor, Shell, DOW Chemicals, and Lanxess as neighbours (among many others).

*****UNCEDED VOICES // CLOSING PARTY*****

22 August 2015 - 23:00

saturday august 22nd 7pm at La Déferle, 1407 Valois
// RAISING FUNDS //
to bring people from to “MONTREAL” (Tiotia:ke ~ unceded Kanien’keha: ka territoty) to
//CANADA’S CHEMICAL VALLEY TOXIC TOUR//
in AAMJIWNAANG FIRST NATION (Anishinaabe-ojibwe territory)

featuring

LIVE PAINTING and ART FOR SALE by UNCEDED VOICES ARTISTS

****(artists TBA)****

PERFORMANCES BY

****Pith and the Parenchymas****

The Call Of the East Kamouraska Camp

23 July 2015

The Call Of the East Kamouraska Camp would like to invite anyone interested in fighting the extraction and transportation of fossil fuels to meet and create allyships from July 31st to August 9th. The location will be disclosed a few days prior to the event, on our website (appeldelest.org). The first camp assembly will be held on August 1st.

Night demonstration against all colonial borders!

30 June 2015

Wednesday July 1
7pm at Place Jacques Cartier
(Notre Dame and Jacques Cartier)

On July 1st, as the Canadian government prepares for celebrations in 2017 to mark 150 years since confederation, we will not forget:

Activists lock-down at Montreal oil refinery to protest Enbridge's Line 9, Alberta tar sands

7 October 2014 - 9:00

Four people in Montreal have locked themselves to the gates at SUNCOR oil refinery in the city's east end.

In a release issued this morning, the demonstrators explained that their action is to counter the reversal of Enbridge's Line 9B oil pipeline. The reversal in the pipeline's flow will bring bitumen from the Alberta tar sands east, through including through Montreal, for eventual export.

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