The following regarding tomorrow's demonstration organized by Solidarity Across Borders in Montreal:
Immigrant rights are worker’s rights
Status for All!
PROTEST, MARCH AND PARADE
Part of a pan-Canadian Day of Action
--> SATURDAY, MAY 5, 2007, NOON <--
Meeting Point: Jean Talon & Châteaubriand
Jean-Talon métro, MONTREAL
-> We are marching, rain or shine!
-> This is a child-friendly event; bring your kids!
-> Bring your banners, placards and noisemakers.
-> Rest vehicles will accompany the march.
The march is immediately followed by ...
The Solidarity Across Borders
COMMUNITY FESTIVAL IN PARC EXTENSION
SATURDAY, MAY 5, starts at 3pm in Athena Park
on Jean-Talon, between Bloomfield and de l'Epée
(short walk west from Parc métro)
Food, Music, Dancing and more!
Including activities for the kids.
FREE. Welcome to all!
Solidarity Across Borders -- a Montreal-based network engaged in the struggle for justice and dignity of immigrants and refugees -- will be part of another National STATUS FOR ALL Day of Action this coming Saturday, May 5, 2007.
We will be marching along Jean-Talon Boulevard, both east and west, as part of a community parade. Our demonstration will end with a festival and picnic in the heart of Parc Extension.
We march for the regularization of all migrants -- meaning STATUS FOR ALL -- and against deportations, detentions and security certificates. We assert that immigrant rights mean worker rights, as we commemorate the immigrant worker traditions of Mayday.
Our demonstrations also take place to coincide with Mayday immigrant rights demonstrations by our allies in the United States, to whom we offer our solidarity and support. We also endorse other STATUS FOR ALL demonstrations in Toronto (May 5), Vancouver (May 1) and elsewhere in Canada. Info at www.nooneisillegal.org