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English Events

Summer 2015



Citizens in action : Rebalancing society with Dr Henry Mintzberg;

Left wing historian launching book in Montréal;

Salon of immigration and intégration in Québec !;

CINSA 2015: Survivance & Reconciliation conference;

Friday's Vigil against the occupation of the Palestine;

Anarchist cabaret at DIRA for raising fund for anarchist fiction book;

Presale of 3nd edition of Dislocation Dare Dare art gallery book;

Reimagining emancipation, université populaire d'été, 6nd edition;

Technical block (to contact us);


citizens in Action free public conference

Citizens in Action, a non-profit, non-partisan, progressive group of

concerned citizens, dedicated to political, social & economic justice

is honoured to present

Rebalancing Society

by guest-speaker Professor, writer & public speaker:

Dr. Henry Mintzberg

Recipient of both the Order of Canada and the National Order of Quebec,

Dr. Mintzberg is an internationally known academic and author of many

books on business & management.

He is currently professor of Management at Mc Gill University.

In his new book, Rebalancing Society, professor Mintzberg is concerned

about the degradation of our environment, the demise of our democracies

including civil society and the elevation of greed to some sort of high calling.

His talk will revolve around solutions through grassroots action, towards

constructive change.

To be followed by a discussion period.

Date: June 9, 2015

Place: Concordia's School of Community & Public Affairs

basement 2149 Mackay,

(between Sherbrooke & de Maisonneuve)

metro Guy/Concordia

Time: 7.00 p.m. sharp

N. B. We usually meet second Tuesday of each 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 Concordia's Student Association (CSU)  

An Alternative Globalization Organization "Another World is Possible"

Together we can make a difference.


librairie paragraphe

Left wing historian Author's visit in Montréal

A dear friend, left-wing historian, Jonathan Schneer,

a friend since McGill student days (1968 to be precise) is coming

in Montreal to present his newest book on Tuesday June 9th.

Libraire Paragraphe is central.

Reading at 6PM  on  Tuesday, June 9

at Librairie Paragraphe

2220 Avenue McGill College,

Montréal, QC H3A 3P9


by Jonathan Schneer

published by Basic Books, 2015.

Review 'Like Abraham Lincoln before him, Winston Churchill

proved himself a great war leader, as everyone knows.


But Jonathan Schneer's achievement is to show us how Churchill

too had to work with "a team of rivals" in his own war cabinet.

It is a story told with great assurance and studded with vivid personal detail.'


Peter Clark, author of Mr. Churchill's Profession

'Written with brio and a rich command of the sources, Jonathan Schneer

tells the fascinating and comparatively neglected story of Winston Churchill's

Grand Coalition Cabinet of Tories, Labour, and Liberals, the political leader

who played crucial roles in winning the war against Hitler.

Not surprisingly, they were also from time to tim at war against one another

and the Prime Minister. Churchill, despite his flaws, still emerges as the

hero essential for the saving of Britain and her allies.


This is a deeply insightful and important contribution to the understanding

of the most important event of the twentieth century.


Peter Stansky, Stanford University '

Jonathan Schneer's gripping account of Churchill and the men who worked wit

him during World War II succeeds in casting new light on a familiar subject.

This is popular history at its best.' -- Richard Toye, Professor of History, Universit

of Exeter 'An engrossing account of how Churchill led his ministry during the

Second World War, a team of rivals who never forgot politics however great

the peril to the nation. Jonathan Schneer treats his larger-than-life subjects

with great scholarship and shrewdness.'


Andrew Roberts F.R.S.A., bestselling author of Napoleon:

A Life 'A smoothly written and insightful examination of the men who aided

Churchill during the years fraught with danger from the Nazi war machine.

For most readers, this will be a book that cannot be put down until the last

page is reached. An exceptional history on an extremely important topic,

which should be acquired by all libraries.' Library Journal 'A striking look

inside the British government during a time when some of the most

interesting characters of a challenging era were fighting for both the nation's

salvation and their own ambitions. Churchill's role as a wartime leader is

well-known from a myriad of histories, but this is one of the best recent

treatments of his role as a head of government. Clear, thoroughly entertaining

and full of lively detail.' Kirkus Reviews 'Scholarly, yet grippingly readable'

Spectator 'Lucid and compelling... both scholarly and entertaining' Literar

Review 'Very timely. gripping and a pleasure to read' Press Association

'Refreshing... brings a different eye and perspective... convincing..

highly readable' BBC History, lead review 'Insightful...

Schneer has done a wonderful job' Good


Book Guide About the Author

Jonathan Schneer is Professor of British History at Georgia Tech and the author

of a number of highly acclaimed books on British history including London 1900:

The Imperial Metropolis, The Thames: England's River and The Balfour

Declaration, which won the National Jewish Book Award. He lives in Atlanta,



welcome to the 4th edition of the

Salon de l'immigration et de l'intégration au Québec !

Hours :

Tuesday 9 of june 2015, 10am to 8:30pm.

Wednesday 10 of june 2015, 10am to 6pm.


At the Palais des congrès de Montréal.

1001 Place Jean-Paul-Riopelle,

Montréal, QC H2Z 1H5

514) 871-8122



Every year, about 9 000 visitors from over 100 countries come to this major

event. Immigrant Québec -the organizer of the event – as well as all the

volunteers are proud to welcome you and guide you to make your visit

a success.


This is an opportunity to meet around 180 exhibitors, eager to assist you i

many different areas such as job search, training, entrepreneurship,

networking, settling, finding housing, immigration, everyday life, etc.

They are there to answer any questions you may have.


Do not miss out on our great program:

12 conferences and 36 workshops, as well as our designated area

where professionals will help you update your résumé to meet the

standards of the Quebecois job market. And if you are working in IT,

come and meet recruiters ready to hire you.

All events are free and without prior registration.

So why miss it?


We hope you will come out of your visit filled with all the information

and contacts you need to enjoy your new life in Québec!


Watch the video


The Immigrant Québec Team!


call for papers

CINSA 2015: Survivance & Reconciliation:

Survivance et réconciliation:

Regards croisés sur le passé et l'avenir

Location: Quebec, Canada

Conference Date: 2015-06-11

CINSA 2015: Survivance & Reconciliation:

Date: 11-13 June 2015

at Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.



The Canadian Indigenous/Native Studies Association (CINSA)

Conference 2015 will be hosted by the First Peoples Studies Progra

(FPST) at Concordia University. Concordia University's First Peoples

Studies program recently received government of Quebec accreditation

and began offering a minor and major in September 2013.

The year, 2015 is also the 40th anniversary of the groundbreaking

James Bay Agreement of 1975. Come honour and celebrate thes

two important events by participating in the first CINSA gathering since 2008.

The conference's theme borrows from the Anishinaabeg vision that asks all

people to consider themselves from the standpoint of Seven Generation

Back and Seven Generations Forward. Our peoples have endured much

over the last Seven Generations, but through our ancestors efforts we

have resisted and survived. Now the current generation is looking forward

Seven Generations to ensure our continued survival as peoples.

As part of the process we have embarked on a path of reconciliatio

with ourselves and settlers. We hope that such efforts will help ensure

our collective survivance through reconciliation.


The conference organizers seek original works examining the themes of

"survivance" and "reconciliation" in Quebec, Canada, North America, and

the World in relationship to Indigenous peoples and nations. Other topic

or themes will be considered. The organizing committee invites scholars

and community members to submit proposals, in French or English, for:

individual papers, panel sessions, posters, roundtables, workshops,

film screenings, and performances.


All French or English proposals (between 200 - 250 words) should be

accompanied by a brief CV (or a brief statement of relevant experienc

in relation to your proposal) and be submitted to the Organizing Committee



Facebook: CINSA Concordia 2015

All papers from the conference, either in French or English, from the

conference may be considered for publication in a conference proceedings.

The Canadian Indigenous/Native Studies Association (CINSA) is a community

of scholars committed to Indigenous/Native Studies as a discipline that is

informed by, and respectful of, Indigenous intellectual traditions. Among its

objects is the continued development of Aboriginal studies intellectualism

through the dissemination and discussion of research as well as

facilitation of communication between students, scholars, elders,

and community members.

As such, First Peoples Studies at Concordia University is honoured

to be chosen as the host for the 2015 gathering.



Karl S. Hele


First Peoples Studies School of Community and Public Affairs

Concordia University

1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd., West

Montreal, QC H3G 1M8 Canada



Fridays Vigil


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, June 12, 19 & 26, 2015 at noon.


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.


anarchist Cabaret

Organized by Norman Nawrocki

vendredi 12 juin from 8 pm to 11 pm

de 20h00 à 23:00 heures

at DIRA bibliothèque anarchiste,

2035 boul St-Laurent, 3ième / 3rd fl.


Soirée bénéfice du Bloc des auteur-e-s anarchistes /

Anarchist Writers Bloc benefit

Poésie / Poetry /

Performances / Littérature / Musique /

plus! Micro ouvert / Open mic! /

Everyone welcome! Gratuit / Free


Les profits financeront la 4ième anthologie de fiction anarchiste/

To raise $ for our 4th bilingual anthology of new anarchist fiction.


presale of 3nd edition of Dislocation Dare Dare book


We're not DARE yet!

Organized by DARE-DARE

Monday, June 22, 2015

Lundi 22 juin 2015



Help support the publication of 3 DIS/LOCATIONs

(the 3rd volume of the Dis/location series)

Take advantage of the presale discount on 3 DIS/LOCATION

and help this book materialize! DARE-DARE sous presse! /

We're not DARE yet!


A glimpse at DARE-DARE's new book to make you drool!

Take advantage of the presale offer on 3 DIS/LOCATIONs at:



Soutenez la parution du 3e tome de la série Dis/location :



Profitez de la prévente de 3DIS/LOCATIONs afin de rendre cette

publication possible!


reimagining emancipation,

université populaire d'été, 6nd edition

On August 20-23, the Nouveaux Cahiers du socialisme,

in conjunction with Canadian Dimension magazine will be holding

the 6th annual Université populaire d'été: Reimagining Emancipation.


For more info (in French only):


14 workshops

3 plenaries

3 assemblies


Conference objectives

. Identify the faultlines in neoliberal capitalist system

. Build understanding of the social movements in Quebec

and throughout the world

. Learn the lessons of historic social struggles

. Reinforce the role of social movements in laying the foundations of a

new social project based on solidarity and respect for people, nations and



Workshops on various themes such as:

Rural regions against neo-liberalism;

The national question;

The importance of First Nations' struggles;

Fighting sexism in grassroots organizations.

We will be welcoming speakers representing social movements in Quebec,

English Canada, and First Nations communities. We will also have special

guests from France, Mali, the United States, Brazil and several other



For more information about the schedule:



Individual (30$)

Organizations (50$)

Student or unemployed (20$).


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