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Galloway breaks the ban and speaks via rabbletv

On Monday, Mar. 30, the Toronto Coalition to Stop the War and rabble.ca made history by broadcasting banned British Member of Parliament George Galloway to thousands over the Internet.

To watch the broadcast, click here.

At the time of this blog's publication, over 36,000 viewer minutes have been logged on the rabbletv video player. At venues across Canada, the United States and Europe, crowds sat together to tune into the broadcast.rabbletv broadcasting Galloway

It's safe to say that Jason Kenney's attempt to prevent Galloway from being heard in Canada has been a spectacular failure. So don't miss your chance to be part of this historical cross-country tour. Get your tickets now and attend one of the following live broadcasts streamed to the following locations -- you could even get a chance to ask a question to Galloway himself:

MISSISSAUGA

Tuesday, March 31, 7:00pm (doors open at 6:30pm)
University of Toronto Mississauga, CCT 1080
3359 Mississauga Road North, Mississauga

This event will aim to raise additional funds for Galloway's Gaza aid caravan. Only 600 tickets are available for Galloway's Mississauga appearance. Please buy your tickets as soon as possible. In the event that all tickets sell out, the student union has arranged to simulcast Galloway's speech in two overflow spaces: the CCT Atrium and the Presentation Room in the Student Centre.

Tickets: $ 15.00 Adults | $ 10.00 Students, youth and seniors

Tickets are available at:
Student Centre Information Desk University of Toronto Mississauga, 3359 Mississauga Road North (cash, debit)
Hours: Mon to Fri 8am to 12am (midnight) | Sat to Sun 12pm (noon) to 8pm
Palestine House 3195 Erindale Station Road (cash only)
Hours: Mon to Fri 12pm (noon) to 6pm
ISNA Bookstore 2200 South Sheridan Way West (cash only)
Hours: Mon to Sat 12pm (noon) to 8pm

Organized by the University of Toronto Mississauga Students' Union and the Toronto Coalition to Stop the War.


MONTREAL

Wednesday, April 1, 7pm (doors open at 6:30pm)
Concordia University, Hall Building, rm H-110
1455 de Maisonneuve W

Tix: $20.00 Adults | $10.00 Students & seniors
Marche Almizan Grocery Store 1695 de Maisonneuve W
The Word Bookstore 469 rue Milton

Organized by Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights
info: www.sphr.org


OTTAWA

Thursday, April 2, 7pm (doors open at 6:30pm)
Bronson Centre Theatre, 211 Bronson Ave

Tix: $15.00 Adults | $10.00 Students & seniors
Carleton University Students Association 401 Unicentre Building
Students Federation of the UofO 85 University Private, Room 07
Octopus Books 116 Third Ave

Organized by the Ottawa Peace Assembly
info: www.ottawapeace.blogspot.com

 

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