Initiatives Across Canada as of October 18, 2011
We are sending you the latest information we have on various events to support Michael Schmidt and food freedom in North America. Please attend if you can.
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA
November 2. Rally at 9 a.m. New West Courthouse, Vancouver. (this is when Michael is due back in court in BC.) The organizer is Alice Jongerden
Directions: The Court building in New Westminster is at 651 Carnarvon Street, between 6th Street and 8th Street, adjacent to Douglas College. There is underground parking in the Court building or off 4th and Columbia $6/day or $1/hour. The Court building is about half a mile – from each of the Columbia or New Westminster SkyTrain stations – a 10-15 minute walk
There is parking off 4th and Columbia, $6 a day or $1 an hour. About 4 minute walk to the court building
November 5, 2 pm. Showing of the film Milk War organized by Pat Winter. The address is Irvine Creek Organics, 6759 Wellington Rd. 16, RR1, Belwood, Ontario. N0B 1J0. Directions and a map are at this web address
Michael will be speaking.
QUEENS PARK, TORONTO:
November 23 at 11 a.m. Rally at Queens Park in Toronto – Michael is to bring a cow to milk (provided he is well). If he can’t we will find another farmer to do it.
HEALTH CANADA BUILDING, OTTAWA.
November 23 at 11 a.m. Jacqueline Fennell Conklin is organizing a rally in Ottawa at the Health Canada Building at Tunney’s Pasture.
Alberta is being organized by Charlene Bishop, a raw milk activist. She can be contacted at
email@example.com. More details will be forthcoming.
We are still looking for someone for Saskatchewan. Alice Jongerden has suggested Mike Parsons and we are in the process of contacting him.
We are also looking for someone for Quebec. There are two WAPF chapter leaders there; hopefully one will step forward.
The East Coast will be represented by Nova Scotia with both Shirley Sharfe, a Weston A. Price Chapter Leader, and Michael Howell of Slow Food. Michael has indicated that they are doing a screening of Milk Wars at the Slow Food Film Festival in Wolfville. You can see the details at this link