As someone who was born in a small northern town in the very early seventies, and spent my teen years in the excessive 80’s, protests of any kind were an alien thing to me much of my life – unless you included the ones originating from teen angst, of course! To be honest, in someContinue reading Success of Occupy Vancouver lies within each of us to ensure message – and change- is accomplished.
It was quite the day in Vancouver at the Occupy Vancouver site, and for me, coming off pneumonia and this leg of mine, it has taken its toll. I’ve been on the couch all evening, but will have a full report with photos tomorrow. For now, I will say that the Vancouver Sun has theContinue reading Thousands rally and march in rousing protest at Occupy Vancouver
Tomorrow, I will be speaking at Occupy Vancouver. Tonight, I am thinking about how I will feel when I stand to face the masses for the first time. I think I will be in awe at the sight of everyone, a little overwhelmed, and don’t be surprised if I need a moment to take itContinue reading 16 hours and counting.
Members of the B.C. Federation of labour will be among those in attendance Saturday October 15th, at the Vancouver Art Gallery, for the Occupy Vancouver Rally and events. http://act.bcfed.ca/solidaritywithoccupywallstreet/ “The Occupy Wall Street movement expresses an underlying desire for fairness and equality in the economy and our society. The B.C. Federation of Labour stands in solidarity withContinue reading B.C. Federation of Labour supports Occupy Wall Street movement