Links from the chat

Hi Everyone,

During yesterday’s very successful webinar, which will be posted on video soon, a number of links were posted in the chat.

Since attendees were unable to save the chat, we are posting the links from the chat as requested. They can be viewed below.

-Hamilton Coalition to Stop the War


Live Facebook link for the webinar:


Below are the links that will be referenced in Mary Anne’s presentation:

Merchants of Death Tribunal

Veterans for Peace Interview with Dr. Rokke

Article on Birth Defects


The upcoming mobilization


> Fund Peace Not War!
> Negotiations, not Escalation!
> Yes to Climate Justice and Peace, No to NATO!
> Water Bombers not Fighter Jets!
> Canada Out of NATO!

Global Mobilization for Peace in Ukraine — Peace Now, Stop the War, Stop NATO


Other links


Weaponised uranium and adverse health outcomes in Iraq: a systematic review.


Free Julian Assange and Yuri!

Two petitions: one on freeing Yuri the Ukrainian pacifist

and tell Canada to stop supporting Eastern European civil society groups founded and lionizing Nazi collaborators:


Mobilization details

October 1 – 8

Sunday October 1, 1PM – Rally to End NATO’s Proxy War in Ukraine
Meet at Spadina and Bloor at 1pm.
Organized by the Toronto Coalition Against NATO

Monday October 2, 3pm
700 Hamilton Street, downtown Vancouver
Outside of CBC Vancouver
Organized by: Mobilization Against War & Occupation (MAWO)
Endorsed by: Victoria Peace Coalition, Fire This Time Movement for Social Justice

Peace Alliance Winnipeg will hold an information picket at Noon – 1:00 pm on Sunday, Oct. 1st at River Avenue and Osborne Street.
19:30:11 From Azza Rojbi (Fire This Time) TECH : MONTREAL
Le mouvement québécois pour la paix organise une grande manifestation pour la paix mondiale et le désarmement nucléaire le dimanche 8 octobre à 14h à la Place du Canada (René Lévesque/De la cathédrale)

Saturday, October 7, 2 pm
Federal Building, 55 Bay Street North, Hamilton
Organized by: Hamilton Coalition To Stop The War

Waterloo rally on Tuesday, October 3 from 5:30pm-6:00 pm at the Waterloo Public Square, 75 King Street.
Organized by the Canadian Voice of Women for Peace.

Follow the website of the Canada-Wide Peace and Justice Network to keep up as more cities will be added. You can also read the CWPJN statement for the week of action:

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