The Canadian Coalition of Concerned Citizens (CCCC) will hold on Saturday, March 4, 2017 the “March For Freedom, Liberty & Justice against M-103” (anti Islamophobia motion) at Toronto’s City Hall.
The organizers invited “all Canadian Patriots that believe in Freedom, Liberty & Justice” to stand against Sharia Law & Globalization. For more information click HERE.
At the same place and time the Organizing Committee Against Islamophobia (OCAI), is planning to hold a counter demonstration. OCAI published a list of demands from the federal government including: condemning “racists and fascists”, repealing the Barbaric Cultural Practices Act, Anti-Terrorism Act and the Safe Third Country Agreement, opening Canada’s borders to immigrants and giving permanent residency status to undocumented workers.
The demonstration is supported by Communist Party of Canada, Revolutionary Communist Party, PAJU- Palestinian & Jewish Unity, Independent Jewish Voices Canada – Toronto, International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network – Canada, Actions4Palestine, CFS Ontario // FCÉÉ Ontario, Committee of Progressive Pakistani Canadians, Common Frontiers, Christian Peacemaker Teams – Ontario, CUPE 3903, Educators for Peace and Justice, Fight for $15 & Fairness, Frente Para La Defensa Hugo Chávez, Hugo Chavez Peoples’ Defense Front, LAEN Latin American Education Network, Latin American and Caribbean Solidarity Network (LACSN), MISN: Mining Injustice Solidarity Network, McMaster Womanists, OCAP Toronto,Pegida Watch Canada, Salaam Canada, Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights – McMaster, Stop the JNF Campaign – Canada, SURJ Toronto, Toronto Against Fascism, The Anglican church of St. John’s West Toronto, Toronto Anarchist Reading Group, Toronto Socialist Alternative, Filipino Canadian Youth Alliance – Ontario, UNITE HERE Local 75, Westdale Social Action Committee, Women in Solidarity With Palestine, Women’s Coordinating Committee for a Free Wallmapu [Toronto], Young Communist League – Hamilton, Young Communist League – Toronto and York University Graduate Students’ Association (YUGSA). For more information click HERE.