One day before Canadian Parliament begins its fall session migrant workers and their allies will gather for rallies and marches across the country to demand equal rights and permanent resident status for all undocumented people, migrant workers, students, families and refugees. The Trudeau government has promised to introduce a regularization program and activists are taking to the streets to insist it must regularize the status of all, with no exceptions.
All events take place on Sunday, September 18. For updated information on the events as it becomes available or to register click here.
St. John’s, NL
577 Hillcrest Dr.
Queen Elizabeth Park Town Square, 141 Henry St.
Status for All: Reimagining PEI
Victoria Park Pavilion, 36 Victoria Park Driveway
Status For All: No One Left Behind
Canada Place, 1010 Rue De La Gauchetière West
Migrant Regularization March – Status For All!
Confederation Park, Elgin St and Laurier Ave W
Flour Mills Community Farm, 736 Bruce Ave.
Clark Street and Main Street
Christie Pits Park, Bloor and Christie Sts
Public Meeting: Immigration: Who Benefits? Who Suffers?
10C – 42 Carden St., 3rd Floor Activity Room
Sir Winston Churchill Square, 10404 104 Ave NW
Grandview Park, 1657 Charles St.