TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Festival of anarchy schedule in may 2014;
Cycle DOCVILLE of May 2014: "Pine Ridge" de Anna Eborn;
Peoples' Tribunal on Mining- Montréal, 29 mai - 1er juin;
Montreal Weekly Vigil against Occupation of the Palestine;
Anti Deportation days until June 15, 2014;
Women urban safety in Park Extension discussion workshop;
Punk Hardcore Music show at fattal;
Montreal Zombie Walk;
Citizen in action free public conference on the impact of meat comsumption;
Technical Bloc to contact us;
schedule: FESTIVAL OF ANARCHY EVENTS
MAY 1st – JUNE 15th, 2014
FESTIVAL OF ANARCHY
The entire month of May and the first two weeks of June is part of the Festival
of Anarchy, with diverse anarchist-themed events occurring at different venues
all over the island of Montreal. The Festival of Anarchy is organized as part
of the Montreal Anarchist Bookfair (May 24-25) and is the largest anarchist
event in North America.
This year, the Festival of Anarchy features over 25 events at location
all over the island of Montreal.
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More informations :
MAY 27, 9pm: Breakfast for Anarchists Book Launch
Dejeuner pour anarchistes
Tues may 27, 9pm, Casa del Popolo
Norman Nawrocki Book launch, free show, live.
Decolonize & Anti Oppression Workshop (Montreal / Mohawk, Kanienkehaka, & Haudenosaunee territory) aujourd’hui à 18:30 - 21:30
Centre for Gender Advocacy
2110 Mackay & 1500 de Maisonneuve W., Suite 404,
Taking place on Mohawk, Kanienkehaka, & Haudenosaunee territory.
Hosted by QPIRG McGill In solidarity with the grassroots community actions of Idle No More.
Tami Starlight is traveling from Vancouver /
unceded Coast Salish territory to Montréal / Mohawk,
Kanienkehaka, & Haudenosaunee territory.
Donation page for those who cannot make it. Please donate and pass it on
(every bit helps
Cost: $5 - $50 sliding scale; no one turned away due to lack of funds
#404 - 1500 de Maisonneuve West,
Centre for Gender Advocacy, Montreal, QC
Date: Tuesday, May 27th, 2014
Time: 6:30pm - 9:30pm
discussion about colonization from an indigenous context within Canada
Anti-Oppression terminology investigation & circle discussion
Community organizing, meaningful solidarity building, conflict
resolutions & horizontal group/community structures
The space is wheelchair accessible, but there is a steep ramp at the entrance
into the building. The ramp is 42 inches wide.
LSQ interpretation is not available at this event.
ASL interpretation is not available at this event.
Please leave your scents/perfumes at home, this is a scent-free/scent-reduced event.
For more information on Multiple Chemical Sensitivities: http://dualpowerproductions.com/2011/03/14/multiple-chemical-sensitivities-mcs-accessibility-basics/
This space is also safer space = anti-oppressive.
English to French interpretation will be available at this event.
Contact Information- for more info or accessibility requests please email: email@example.com
u) MAY 29-JUNE 1: Permanent Peoples' Tribunal:
Session on the Canadian Mining Industry
v) JUNE 2-15: Anti-Deportation Days
w) JUNE 2-3: Montreal International Theatre Festival
x) JUNE 4, 6-8pm: Anarchist theatre of the Belle Époque
y) JUNE 7, 2pm: Demonstration: Stop Deportations! Status For All!
z) MAY & JUNE:
Trauma Support Group: Supporting Each Other When There Is No "Post"
Trauma Detailed information about all Festival of Anarchy events linked
docville of May: Pine Ridge by Anna Eborn
Organisé par RIDM
Thursday, May 29 2014, 8:00 P.M.
(3536, St-Laurent blvd.)
"In South Dakota, a few kilometres away from the site of the Wounded Knee
Massacre, the Pine Ridge Sioux reservation is one of the poorest places
in the United States. The Oglala Lakota live there, struggling to survive
unemployment, drug abuse, alcoholism, and shockingly high suicide and
general mortality rates. Over the course of a summer, Swedish filmmaker
Anna Eborn filmed young Pine Ridge residents, producing a gripping portrait
of the sadness of a dying culture and a fierce struggle to build a better
but uncertain future.
Against a spectacular backdrop of Badlands landscapes, the young Oglalas'
poetic words express not only their alienation, but their desire to rebuild
their community and their identity."
PINE RIDGE by Anna Eborn
DENMARK - 2013 - 77 min - O.V. English and Lakota with English subtitles.
May 29 - 8:00 P.M.
(3536, St-Laurent blvd.)
View the trailer here:
Ciné-cards for sale here :
Docville is presented by Télé-Québec and Canal D.
permanent people's tribunal on the Canadian Mining Industry
FIRST HEARING OF THE PERMANENT PEOPLES' TRIBUNAL
ON THE CANADIAN MINING INDUSTRY!
Session on Latin America
From May 29th to June 1st, 2014, the Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (PPT)
will be held in Montreal, for the first hearing of an international opinion tribunal
on the Canadian mining industry.
Latin American Hearings - May 29th-June 1st
The extraction of natural resources is currently a leading cause of human
rights violations and environmental damage around the world. Industrial
mining activities are often accompanied by environmental degradation,
social conflicts and the repression of resistance movements.
Did you know that the majority of mining companies in the world are
headquartered in Canada? The Canadian government supports the expansion
of the Canadian mining industry through various actions, programs and policies.
These questions, among others, will be examined in the Peoples' Tribunal,
for which several guests from Latin America will be present.
The Permanent Peoples' Tribunal is an opinion tribunal that can,
to at the request of community and civil society groups.
Reclaim justice !
Towards social and environmental justice.
Lunch and coffee provided. Please bring your plates, cups and ustensils.
Simultaneous translation provided (FR-ESP-EN)
Childcare service available on request.
Visit our website and follow us on facebook and twitter
If you want to volunteer for the event: please write to
For more information, contact us at
HEARING ON LATIN AMERICA
Thursday May 29th, 6pm-8:30pm:
Launch event of the Tribunal and opening conference,
Adams Auditorium, McGill University,
3450 University St
Friday May 30th, 9am-5pm:
Hearings on human rights violations and socio-environmental impacts
of mining in Latin America,
Comité d'éducation aux adultes de la Petite-Bourgogne
et de Saint-Henri (CEDA),
2515 Delisle, Montreal.
Saturday May 31st, 9am-5pm
Hearings on Canada’s support mechanisms for the mining industry,
CEDA - Saturday May 31st, 8:30pm:
The Tribunal’s Festive evening at the Mile End Cabaret!!
With several guest artists:
Juan Sebastian Larobina,
Darundaï and many more.
Tickets can be bought online – 10$:
Sunday June 1st, 9:30am-4:30pm:
Day of exchanges and workshops;
participants' assembly and announcement of the verdict.
Weekly Vigil Noon to 1 PM
End the occcupation !
Join PAJU and support the heroic resistance of the Palestinian People.
Become part of the longest-running protest vigil in Canadian history,
every Friday in front of in front of Indigo Books
on the north-west corner of Ste-Catherine St. and Mcgill College.
Friday, May 30 and June 6, 2014.
Silent vigil in protest against the occupation.
corner of Ste-Catherine St. and Mcgill College.
Invite your freinds. We hope to see you there.
The Vigil Committe.
status for all
Two weeks of events, activities and actions demanding
STATUS FOR ALL! June 1-15, 2014, Montreal.
This year, the STATUS FOR ALL coalition is coordinating two weeks of activities
in opposition to deportations, detentions and double punishment, and in support
of a Solidarity City and the regularization of all non-status migrants.
In addition to the annual STATUS FOR ALL demonstration
march and picnic on June 7
ANTI-DEPORTATIONS DAYS will include diverse events, activities
and actions in the first two weeks of June.
ANTI-DEPORTATION DAYS is organized and coordinated by
the STATUS FOR ALL Coalition (comprised of Mexicians United for Regularization
Solidarity Across Borders and No One Is Illegal-Montreal, with the support of
Dignidad Migrante and the Immigrant Workers Center).
(Dignidad Migrante, Mexicans United for Regularization & Solidarity Across
Borders are working groups of QPIRG Concordia.)
For a full schedule, please consult:
STATUS FOR ALL! SATURDAY,
JUNE 7, 2014 (MONTREAL)
GATHERING / STARTING POINT Bethune Square
(Guy & DeMaisonneuve West, métro Guy-Concordia)
CONVERGENCE, DEMONSTRATION AND PICNIC
Philips Square (Union & Ste-Catherine, métro McGill)
A child-friendly march. Bring your kids! Get in touch about any accessibility needs.
We support Indigenous struggles and movements for self-determination.
Read our Statement of Support for Indigenous Struggles and Sovereignty
We also march together to demand an end to deportations and detentions, and we
denounce the double punishment of migrants with criminal records.
We demand Status for All, and organize for a “Solidarity City
for all residents of Montreal.
Land, freedom, self-determination, Canada is an illegal nation.
We live here! We work here! We’re staying here! -----
-> FOR A SOLIDARITY CITY !:
We encourage Montreal-area organizations and groups to discuss and
collectively sign this declaration:
-> VIDEO: STATUS FOR ALL:
Mexicans United for Regularization
No One Is Illegal-Montreal
Solidarity Across Borders
with the support of Dignidad Migrante
and the Immigrant Workers Center
(Dignidad Migrante, Mexicans United for Regularization &
Solidarity Across Borders are working groups of QPIRG Concordia.)
women in Cities International
jeudi 5 juin à 17:00 - 19:00
Café l'Artère 7000 avenue du Parc,
Montréal H3N 1X1
Hi everyone !
Women in cities international (WICI) is pleased to invite yo
from 5pm to 7pm on the 5th of June at Café L'Artère
to discuss urban safety in Park Extension.
Women in cities international is currently carrying out a project
named "Where are the women and the girls" ?
Considering and acting on Park Extension's public spaces to increase
the women and girls' safety”. The project's goal is to identify the women
and girls' feeling of insecurity in public spaces, and to understand wha
factors create this issue, especially in Park Extension.
Therefore, this meeting would be the opportunity to share your daily experiences
and to reflect together on improvements we could implement in the
Please like our Facebook page "Women in Cities International"
and invite interested people to this event.
WICI wants to thank Café l'Artère for accepting to receive us!
If you want to learn more about our organization, please visit our website :
See you soon !
Women in cities international's team.
punk show at fattal
Whiskey shits comeback show with Ripcordz and Rat patrol
Friday, vendredi June 6 at 10 pm
The guys will be back from a 2 months tour.. lets party!
WHISKEY SHITS (street punk)
RAT PATROL (punk hardcore)
montreal zombie walk
Sunday, June 8 at 3 pm à 15:00
Eva-B 2015 St-Laurent, Montréal H2X 2T3
Here we go again!
We'll leave from Eva B, go through the F1 street fair,
and then attack the LARPers at the Tam Tams.
Show up at noon if you'd like to find a costume and have
your make-up done!
citizens in Action
An Alternative Globalization Organization “Another World is Possible”
Together we can make a difference
Citizens in Action, a non-profit, non-partisan, progressive group of
concerned citizens, dedicated to political, social & economic justice, presents:
a Free Public Conference on Feeding ourselves in the 21st century:
The impact of meat consumption by guest speaker Mr. Dany Plouffe
Dany Plouffe is a scientist at McGill University's Geography department.
His group is working on topics related to agriculture, land use and food security.
He is also personally interested in animal ethics.
To be followed by a discussion period Animals are part of our daily life;
we use them as food, as entertainment and as our clothing.
For most people, this may seem normal and even necessary.
However, more and more concerns are being raised in reaction to our use
of animals, on different levels. In particular, meat production has an important
impact on the well-being of animals and on the environment.
For example, industrial farming has changed considerably the way we treat
animals: many animals are kept in small areas and cannot behave in their
natural way. This situation is raising ethical questions.
Moreover, the environmental impact of meat production is important.
Meat production is a major contributor to water shortages, to green-house
gas emission, to deforestation and to biodiversity loss.
This presentation will address both the ethical and environmental issues
of animal usage from a global perspective.
The negative impacts of meat production on our society will also be addressed.
Come & listen to this dynamic presentation & bring your friends too.
Tuesday, June 10, 2014.
Concordia University, School of Community & Public Affairs,
2149 Mckay St (between Sherbrooke & De Maisonneuve Blvd.)
Time: 7.00 p.m. sharp
N. B. We usually meet once a month, to tackle a different political issue
at Concordia University, same time, same place. For further information,
please call the founder & coordinator of the group,
Nadia Alexan, at tel.
(514) 846-0644, or e-mail:
(sponsored by the Concordia Student Association & by SCPASA)
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