Status 4 All Annual Demonstration: Building a Solidarity City Together!



Festive March (and picnic!): Bring your children

June 16 2019 at 2:30 PM

Parc Nelson Mandela (Métro Plamondon)

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As the Canadian and U.S. governments crack down on border crossings, as far-right, anti-immigrant sentiment rises to new heights here in Quebec, and as the City of Montreal continues to refuse to take action to support undocumented community members, Solidarity Across Borders invites you to take the streets with us for our annual festive and family-friendly March for Status for All, and to build a Solidarity City together!

We demand an end to deportations, detentions, and double punishment for migrants, as well as a full, comprehensive and ongoing regularisation program (Status for All!). But this year, we especially want to celebrate the ongoing resistance to border violence of our communities here in Montreal, and to strengthen our ties in the effort to build a Solidarity City where everyone can live without fear and with access to everything they need to live in safety and dignity, regardless of immigration status.

Bring your children! Invite your neighbours and families! Together, we’ll make Montreal a Solidarity City and win Status for All!

For more on our vision of a Solidarity City

For more on the demands of Solidarity Across Borders


Call to Mobilization

We invite help and input from all the different communities struggling against border violence here in Montreal.

From now until June 16th, Solidarity Across Borders is issuing a call to mobilisation for the March on every Monday and Friday. Put up posters, hand out flyers, go door-to-door, visit your local community centres, depanneurs, and cafés!

To encourage others to join in, take a picture of your mobilizing work and post it on social media with the hashtag #Citesansfrontieres16juin or #SolidarityCityJune16, or send it to us at solidarityacrossborders[@], and we’ll post it on our twitter and Facebook!

Posters and flyers are available at QPIRG-Concordia (2100 Guy, #205, Métro Guy-Concordia) !