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[OPIRG-EVENTS] NOWAR-PAIX march this Saturday, 11 January at 12:00
Meet at the corner of York and Sussex
12:00 Meeting time (Time to share information, network, and organize)
12:15 March begins
CONTRARY TO COMMON PRACTICE, WE WILL START MARCHING PROMPTLY AT 12:15 SO
THAT THOSE WISHING TO ATTEND THE WORKSHOP FOR SPAT (see below) CAN GET
We will have literature and some signs. A new banner is being made and may
If you have time to make a sign or two with appropriate slogans, we will
have some stakes and a stapling gun at the march.
Next week, Jan. 18, we will not march at 12:00, but will join the Cross
Canada march at 2:00 on Parliament Hill.
Saturday, 11 January, 1:00pm to 4:00 pm , room 406, Southam Hall, Carleton
University., Carleton University
Preparation session for SPAT action on January 18, 2003
(Cross Canada Action Against War in Iraq).
GOOD NEWS FOR PEACE
THERE'S STILL TIME TO STOP A U.S.-LED WAR ON IRAQ
The Bush administration has sought a U.N. mandate for war, due in large part
to mounting domestic and international pressure. Despite U.S. pessimism,
Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein has agreed to U.N. weapons inspections, which
haven't found anything significant so far. It's thus still possible that war
on Iraq can be averted.
In response to the threat of war, the global peace movement continues to
grow. Massive demonstrations continue to be held around the world. Some
activists have traveled to Iraq to act as observers and human shields. A
peace group in Canada has even committed to sending a group of citizen
weapons inspectors to the U.S., holding the country accountable for it's
double standards about weapons of mass destruction.
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