November 5-6 Quebec-Wide Mobilization
Regularization for All Now!
“As the federal government prepares a regularization program for people without immigration status, we are coming together to demand that this program be truly inclusive and that it also be implemented in the province of Quebec,” says the Immigrant Workers Centre (CTI-IWC), which is organizing this cross-Quebec mobilization.
“Quebec, like Canada, has an obligation to protect the rights of all people on its territory. Regularization of migration status is an effective way to do this,” says Amnistie Internationale’s campaigns manager. “Quebec must stop turning a blind eye to its human rights obligations and the needs of our society,” she stressed.
Saturday, November 5
Place des Anciens-Combattants, Highway 132, adjacent to the cathedral
Community Supper and Film Showing
35 St. Germain Street West
Documentary Migrant Dreams by Min Sook Lee will be screened
Organized by the Immigrant Workers Centre (CTI-IWC) and the Collectif La Camarine
Sunday, November 6
Information and Discussion Session
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
University of Quebec at Chicoutimi, Room P1-7010
Place de l’Assemblée nationale
Organized by the Immigrant Workers Centre (CTI-IWC) and
Ligue des droits et libertés (Quebec City chapter)
Peace Park, Opposite to 1182 Blvd St Laurent
(between St Catherine Street and René-Lévesque Blvd)
Organized by Immigrant Workers Centre (CTI-IWC)
Details to come here