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Greenest games? : or freeway Olympics?

Poster outlining opposition to the Gateway project and its relation to the Vancouver 2010 Olympic games.
"Join at the Take Back our City Festival, followed by a parade to the opening ceremonies of the 2010 Olympic Games. Friday February 12, 2010, 3 p.m. Vancouver Art Gallery."

Do you hate the Olympics?

Poster expressing opposition to the Vancouver 2010 Olympic games.
"Bhopal disaster killed 25,000 and many are still suffering. Dow Chemical is still responsible and gets Olympic contract. Public funds to corporate criminals?"

Stand in solidarity with Six Nations!

Handbill for rally held Tuesday, April 25th, 2006, at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

"This action being organized in solidarity with the Six Nations is intended to serve as a deterrence to prevent any further police escalation against the Six Nations. We stand in support of the demands of the clan mothers for an immediate cessation of all construction by Henco Industries on Six Nations territory and for resolution to the current standoff to be conducted on a nation-to-nation basis. . . . "

Squat : solidarity : buy it or guard it : NPA your time is up! : homes not games

Flyer for demonstration held Sunday, October 22, 2006, at Pigeon Park, Hastings & Carrall. "Every night 1000's of poor people are forced to SQUAT in parks, alleys and abandoned buildings - anywhere hidden from the POLICE. One year ago the NPA were elected in Vancouver with the promise to purchase one building a year and convert it to social housing. We demand they do this IMMEDIATELY!. . . . "

Halloween bash at city hall

"On October 22nd the Anti-Poverty Committee occupied the former North Star Hotel in the Downtown Eastside to demand that the NPA fulfill their election promise of purchasing empty buildings and converting them into low-income housing. Join us this Hallowe'en as we take the struggle from the streets, alleys, and violent shelters up to City Hall and demand an immediate moratorium on SRA demolition."

Pride : official guide to events

"Welcome to Vancouver Pride 2005: No Turning Back. For the 27th year in a row, we celebrate that wonderful time when the vast diversity reflected in the GLBT community, and their family, friends, and allies come together to celebrate Gay Pride Week. 'No Turning Back' is a power statement in the quest for our rights as Gay, Lesbian, Transsexual and Bisexual people. . . . "

The Vancouver Sun

"Our group and its supporters have distributed this satire of the Vancouver Sun to you and 12,000 other British Columbians as part of our campaign to raise questions about the Paul Martin Liberals and Stephen Harper Conservatives, during this important federal election. . . . "

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