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Now here’s some advertising I can get behind
OCAP (the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty) has put together a great video to promote tomorrow’s Anti-Poverty Day of Action — several marches led by a variety of community organizations that will converge upon Queen’s Park (at 2 p.m.). On the agenda: demands for improved social assistance, a higher minimum wage, affordable housing and access to government services for non-status people.
You can join the central march, or one led by students, Raise the Rates, Don’t Ask Don’t Tell or Disability Action. Details here.
Hooray for activist video-making!