Fight back against Ford: Rally to save our democracy and rights

Wednesday, September 12, 2018 - 16:00

WHY: We the people will RALLY AGAINST Doug Ford's unprecedented, unconstitutional and rights-stripping decision to invoke the Notwithstanding Clause to RAM his undemocratic, disgusting, and despotic cuts to City Council down our throats.

WHERE: Toronto City Hall
WHEN: Wednesday, September 12th, 4-6pm

Speakers as of right now!
Jennifer Keesmaat, Candidate for Mayor
Mitzie Hunter, MPP Scarborough
Marit Stiles, MPP Davenport
Bhutila Karpoche, MPP Parkdale High Park
Kristyn Wong Tam, Ward 27 Councillor
John Filion, Ward 23 Councillor
Joe Mihevc, Ward 21 Councillor
Jennifer Arp, Eg-law Council Candidate, Vice Chair of the TDSB Board
Chris Moise, Ward 25 Council Candidate, TDSB Trustee
Jacob Landau, Eg-law Trustee Candidate

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Monday, September 10th will go down in history as one of the darkest days in Ontario’s Democracy. In response to the Superior Court of Ontario striking down his UNCONSTITUTIONAL #Bill5, Premier Ford has decided to invoke the NOTWITHSTANDING Clause of the constitution, never used before in the history of Ontario, to override our Charter guaranteed rights. This is a slippery slope that may result in the ability to persecute entire groups of people, to strip them of their rights and dignity.

WE THE PEOPLE of ONTARIO must stand up and speak out against this brazen act of a worthless despot. Join us at Toronto City Hall as we fight back and show the POWER OF THE PEOPLE to the World. We will not back down and we will never give up the fight.

For any inquiries or questions, please email frankjhong2001@gmail.com

Toronto City Hall Toronto , ON
Canada
Ontario CA

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