Canadian foreign policy

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Say No to the War and to the F-35 purchases

Sep 25, 2010
Vancouver , BC
Canada
49° 14' 54.6828" N, 123° 6' 31.68" W
British Columbia CA
Travelling public education action saying 'No' to the F-35 fighter jet purchases by the Conservative government, and to any further extension of the war.
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Antisemitism Real and Imagined

May 13, 2010
Lord Elgin Hotel
100 Elgin St. Lady Elgin Room
Ottawa
Canada
45° 25' 18.9264" N, 75° 41' 37.608" W
CA
Michael Keefer exposes the political extremism of the CPCCA and their agenda of using an imagined ‘new antisemitism’ as a justification for stigmatizing and even criminalizing criticism of Israel.
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Eyewitness report from Haiti: Digging out the truth

Jan 29, 2010
OISE, room 2-213
252 Bloor Street West
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 40' 4.3788" N, 79° 23' 54.132" W
Ontario CA
Eyewitness report from a participant of a human rights delegation that returned from Haiti days before the devastating earthquake struck.
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A public dialogue with Bob Rae--over lunch.

Nov 6, 2009
Room 3000, SFU Harbour Centre
515 W. Hastings St.
Vancouver
Canada
49° 17' 2.94" N, 123° 6' 43.3188" W
CA
A public dialogue with Bob Rae, Liberal MP, Opposition Critic for Foreign Affairs
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Canada versus Latin American Democracy: From Jacobians to Salvador Allende, Hugo Chavez and Jean Bertrand Aristide

May 7, 2009 to May 8, 2009
Bahen Centre (University of Toronto)
40 St. George Street Room 1130 Starting at 7:00 pm (free admission)
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 36.054" N, 79° 23' 48.3684" W
Ontario CA
Book launch for Yves Engler's "The Black Book of Canadian Foreign Policy" with an audiovisual presentation by the author and opening remarks by Globe and Mail columnist Rick Salutin.
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Book launch: The Black Book of Canadian Foreign Policy

May 3, 2009
Le Divan Orange
(4234 Saint-Laurent)
Montreal , QC
Canada
45° 31' 6.1104" N, 73° 34' 57.0036" W
Quebec CA
Contrary to the mythology of Canada as a force for good in the world, The Black Book of Canadian Foreign Policy sheds light on many dark corners of Canadian foreign policy.

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