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Solidarity Vigil Saskatoon

People are invited to this vigil to show solidarity and support to all people affected by the Muslim ban and other actions of the US administration as well as the family and friends of those affected by the tragic attack on the Sainte Foy mosque. Muslims and refugees are welcome in Saskatoon, Treaty 6 territory and the homeland of the Métis and we want to show solidarity and support to people here as well.

We will be calling on the federal government to uphold their commitment to welcome refugees and people affected by the Muslim ban and will encourage them to denounce the actions of the US government.

Please bring candles and signs and please message us if you wish to speak or play a song. Please spread the word.

Tuesday, January 31, 2017 at 6 PM – 7 PM
Saskatoon City Hall
222 3rd Ave North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 0J5

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Joanna Miller Peace Award

The Joanna Miller Peace Award is given annually to an individual or organization who has worked or is working for peace in their homes, communities and/or the world.

The requirement is that the person live in Saskatoon or environs. Joanna Miller devoted her life to making this world a more peaceful place. To honour her memory we, the Saskatoon Peace Coalition, encourage those who live her dream, i.e., a peaceful world, and consider themselves to be peace activists, to nominate themselves or others for this award.

For further information go to: http://www.saskatoonpeace.tk