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May 17

Montreal demonstrators demanding “STATUS FOR ALL” for migrants in Canada

Migrant justice organizations marching in four contingents from neighborhoods across the City of Montreal

PRESS POINT (before the demonstration)
SATURDAY, MAY 18 at 10AM
at Phillips Square (Union & Ste-Catherine)

contact: solidaritesansfrontieres@gmail.com / 438-875-7243 (cell)
info:
www.solidarityacrossborders.org
for updates during the march, follow
@SolidariteMTL on twitter

Speakers at the Press Point will include members of Dignidad Migrante, the Immigrant Workers Center, Mexicans United for Regularization, No One Is Illegal-Montreal and Solidarity Across Borders.
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FRIDAY, MAY 17 — Migrant justice organizations will be marching in four contingents across the City of Montreal as part of a family-friendly demonstration called “STATUS FOR ALL” this coming Saturday, May 18.

Contingents will be starting at 1pm from Verdun (métro de l’Église), Côte-des-Neiges (Kent Park), Villeray (métro Jarry) and Hochelaga (Valois & Ontario). All contingents will be converging at Phillips Square at 4pm for a migrant justice festival.

The demonstration will be demanding an end to deportations and detentions, as well as the end of the double punishment of migrants with criminal records. Demonstrators are marching together to build a Solidarity CIty in Montreal.
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More info about march demands here:
//www.solidarityacrossborders.org/en/revendicationsThe Solidarity City declaration is linked here:

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contact: solidaritesansfrontieres@gmail.com / 438-875-7243 (cell)
info: 
www.solidarityacrossborders.org
for updates during the march, follow 
@SolidariteMTL on twitter

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