Demonstrations in Canada from the 1960s to the Present Against NATO and Imperialist War Preparations
Demonstration outside NATO ministerial meeting in Ottawa in 1963.
Demonstration on Sparks Street in Ottawa, circa 1963, opposes the Pearson Liberal government’s agreement to allow U.S. nuclear missiles on Canadian soil.
Protestors hold sit-in at the entrance to the Bomarc missile base in La Macaza, Quebec, September 9, 1964.
Demonstration outside NATO ministerial meeting in Ottawa, 1974.
Demonstration in Vancouver against visiting U.S. warship, July 17, 1982, calls for Canada to get out of NATO and NORAD.
Demonstration in Toronto, March 17, 1985 against Reagan’s visit. In the mid 1980s actions took place in many cities, organized by CPC(M-L), against imperialist war preparations and U.S. dictate.
Demonstration in Guelph against Cruise missile testing, June 14, 1985, outside local MP’s office.
Demonstration in Winnipeg, January 19, 1988, against Cruise Missile testing in Canada.
Demonstrations against NATO’s bombing of Yugoslavia in Ottawa, April 17, 1999 (top) and Vancouver on May Day 1999.
Demonstrations across Canada and Quebec take place throughout NATO’s 20-year occupation of Afghanistan, from 2001-2021.
Canada-wide demonstrations, as part of worldwide actions against NATO on its 60th anniversary, April 4, 2009
Protest at the first annual Halifax International Security Forum, a warmongering summit in the service of U.S. imperialism and NATO, November 21, 2009. Every year Haligonians militantly denounce the conference and affirm that Halifax is No Harbour for War.
Demonstrations across Canada against NATO’s bombing of Libya in 2011.
Toronto Picket Against NATO Summit in London, December 3, 2019.