Gathering place and teepee established on Parliament Hill, June 29, 2017.
Friday, June 30 to Saturday, July 1
Parliament Hill, Ottawa
Invitation to All Canadians and Nations Across Turtle Island to Gather at Parliament Hill in Defence of Indigenous Rights
Daily program starts with 5:00 am sunrise ceremony Facebook
Friday, June 30
Anti-War Protest — Demand an End to Canada’s Involvement
in the War in Syria and Iraq
Federal Building, 55 Bay St. N.
Bringing Our Children Home after 150 Years
Circle Of Life Thunderbird House, 715 Main St. Facebook
Saturday, July 1
Auld’s Cove, Nova Scotia
Nation Day of Action Unamaki:
Resistance against the Myth of the Two Founding Nations
Auld’s Cove Restaurant Facebook
Unsettle Canada Day 150 Picnic
Spadina House, 285 Spadina Rd.
Attend picnic hosted by Carolyn Bennett,
Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs,
to remind the government it is celebrating 150 years
of colonialism and genocide. Facebook
Unsettling Canada 150 Sewing Circle & Picnic
Queen’s Park (North side)
Embroider sections of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s
94 Calls to Action onto Canadian flags. Facebook
150+ Years of Occupation, Exploitation & Genocide
Rm 30, Woodsworth College Residence. 321 Bloor St. W.
A night of solidarity in anti-colonial, anti-capitalist
and anti-imperialist resistance! Facebook
Raise a Paddle in Solidarity with all Water Protectors
Boathouse, Eramosa River
Paddle in solidarity with Indigenous peoples, and all land defenders,
water protectors, and warriors of truth. Facebook
Canada 150 Anti-War Picket: Make Canada a Factor for Peace, Not War and Aggression!
Corner of Ouellette and Tecumseh Rd.
Resilience of Nations
Manitoba Legislature Facebook
Big River, Saskatchewan
4th Annual “Stop the Deforestation of Treaty 6 Lands
N. Leoville Rd., Big River No. 555
Bring attention and awareness to the deforestation
of Treaty 6 protected hunting lands. Facebook
Sorrento, British Columbia
Unsettling Canada: Benefit for Defenders of the Land
Crannóg Ales, 706 Elson Rd.
Celebrate Canada Day by recognizing our pre-colonial history
and our colonialist present. Facebook
Oh! (Decolonize) Canada 150
Mungo Martin House, Royal BC Museum, 675 Belleville St. Facebook