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(Saturday) Community Assembly: Moratorium on deportations to Haiti and Zimbabwe lifted

(Saturday) Community Assembly: Moratorium on deportations to Haiti and Zimbabwe lifted

Community Assembly Moratorium on deportations to Haiti and Zimbabwe lifted: 3500 threatened with possible removal No deportations! Status for All! Saturday, January 31, 3pm-7pm at the Bureau de la communauté haitienne de Montréal 6970 Rue Marquette (near métro Fabre) – If you would like to organize to make sure that everyone – without exception – is able to stay in Canada with full status and dignity, you are encouraged to attend this community assembly. – If you are personally affected by this issue, we strongly encourage you to attend. Let’s organize together to resist the deportations of members of...

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(Kreyòl) Afich, feyè ak odyo pou reyinyon kominotè nan 31 janvye (kreyòl, franse, angle)

(Kreyòl) Afich, feyè ak odyo pou reyinyon kominotè nan 31 janvye (kreyòl, franse, angle)

odyo (kreyòl) odyo (franse) odyo (angle) afich (kreyòl) afich (franse) afich (angle) feyè (kreyòl) feyè (franse) feyè (angle)  

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(December 18) Anti-deportations meeting against removals to Haiti & Zimbabwe

(December 18) Anti-deportations meeting against removals to Haiti & Zimbabwe

The moratorium on deportations to Haiti and Zimbabwe has been lifted: 3500 threatened with possible deportation Meeting to discuss how we can organize together to stop these deportations Thursday, December 18, 6:30pm 1500 de Maisonneuve West, #204 métro Guy-Concordia wheelchair accessible childcare available on-site Solidarity Across Borders Statement on possible deportation of thousands of community members to Haiti & Zimbabwe; read HERE. Info: www.solidarityacrossborders.org solidaritesansfrontieres@gmail.com 438-933-7654 “Stop the deportations!”

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DOCUMENTARY FILM LAUNCH

DOCUMENTARY FILM LAUNCH

in the context of anti-deportation days SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 5pm @ NO BAD SOUND, 3730 de Courtrai Join us for a family-friendly block party for the launch of a short documentary film on the struggles of migrants and indigenous peoples to create alternative networks of mutual aid in the face of the Canada’s exclusionary immigration system. Free food and live music by local artists. FOOD will begin at 5pm, followed by a FILM screening, and the night will end with MUSIC to groove to. ACCESSIBILITY INFO: We don’t unfortunately currently have the dimensions of the doors, but there are...

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ANTI-DEPORTATION DAYS

ANTI-DEPORTATION DAYS

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 (more info here: www.statusforall.org/en/june7), 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...

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(June 7) announcement: STATUS FOR ALL! Demonstration & March

(June 7) announcement: STATUS FOR ALL! Demonstration & March

STATUS FOR ALL! SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 2014 (MONTREAL) 2pm: GATHERING / STARTING POINT Bethune Square (Guy & DeMaisonneuve West, métro Guy-Concordia) 4pm: 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: http://www.solidarityacrossborders.org/en/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...

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STATUS FOR ALL: Call for Event Proposals (deadline April 22)

STATUS FOR ALL: Call for Event Proposals (deadline April 22)

Planning for two weeks of events between June 2-15, 2014 Members of Mexicans United for Regularization (MUR), No One Is Illegal and Solidarity Across Borders, with the support of Dignidad Migrante and the Immigrant Workers Center, have begun organizing for this year’s STATUS FOR ALL mobilization for migrant justice. A report-back from last year’s mobilization can be viewed here. This year, we’re planning two weeks of activities and events, from June 2-15, with Saturday, June 7 reserved for a family-friendly migrant justice march in Montreal. We are calling on allied organizations and affinity groups to organize activities, including civil...

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Communiqué: Montrealers Tear Down Immigration Detention Centre Fence

Communiqué: Montrealers Tear Down Immigration Detention Centre Fence

Montreal, 12 August 2013 — Montrealers tore down part of the fence surrounding the Laval Immigration Detention Centre yesterday in an act of spontaneous collective rage. Earlier that day, about a hundred people gathered in the shadow of the wall to stand in solidarity with those who have been detained and deported. Silhouettes depicting loved ones from whom we’ve been separated and bright banners were fixed to the fence. Messages of solidarity in Arabic, Hungarian, Spanish, Urdu, English, and French were read aloud, while remnants of clothing were strung along the length of the wall, symbolizing the violence experienced...

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(August 11) No Borders, No Prisons! Status for All! Rally & Picnic at the Laval Immigration Detention Centre

(August 11) No Borders, No Prisons! Status for All! Rally & Picnic at the Laval Immigration Detention Centre

No Borders, No Prisons! Status for All! Rally and picnic at the Laval Immigration Detention Centre Sunday August 11th, 2013 BUS: Parc Metro at 11:15am (limited seating so come on time! BIKE: Henri Bourassa Metro at 12:00pm OR meet us at the Laval Detention Centre between 1pm and 4pm Bring your kids! Bring food to share at the picnic! Suggested donation for bus $5 to $10 (but no one turned away!) Join us on Sunday August 11th for a family-friendly rally and picnic in front of the Laval Immigration Holding Centre to denounce the unjust and racist detention of...

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Report-back: Status For All Demonstration (Updates, Links, Photos, Videos, Articles)

Report-back: Status For All Demonstration (Updates, Links, Photos, Videos, Articles)

REPORT-BACK: STATUS FOR ALL DEMONSTRATION (MONTREAL) (Updates, Links, Photos, Videos, Articles) —– -> Status For All Photo Compilation —— May 22, 2013 — Hundreds of festive and determined demonstrators converged onto downtown this past Saturday (May 18) from four different working class areas of Montreal as part of the annual STATUS FOR ALL demonstration.

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Statement of Support for Indigenous Struggles and Sovereignty

Statement of Support for Indigenous Struggles and Sovereignty

(Today, March 25, 2013 the Status For All Coalition is organizing a delegation to Ottawa to show our support for Indigenous youth who have walked more than 1000 km since early January from Whapmagoostui First Nation on James Bay. Starting in the context of Idle No More, the youth aim to help awake and unite First Nations across Turtle Island. The youth-led walk, which has grown from seven to over 150 youth in the journey south through Cree and Algonquin lands, has already been a tremendous source of inspiration and a powerful assertion of indigenous presence, strength and unity...

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WHY WE ARE MARCHING (MAY 18, 2013)

WHY WE ARE MARCHING (MAY 18, 2013)

WHY WE ARE MARCHING MAY 18, 2013 This is a demonstration in support of the struggles of migrants living in Montreal, Quebec and Canada. We are demanding STATUS FOR ALL, meaning all people living without citizenship or permanent residency can stay with full rights and dignity. We oppose deportations and detentions as well as the double punishment of migrants with criminal records. There are tens of thousands of people who live without status in Montreal, and up to 1 million in all of Canada. In the past years, tens of thousands of people have been deported by the Canadian state. This past Thursday...

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