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Great video of the Canada-wide day of action on September 20, 2017

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Great article by Sean Howard

The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) has won the Nobel Peace Prize. Sean Howard wonders if Canada will now start supporting it.
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So deserved!

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Four-in-ten say joining US in defence system would make Canada safer October 17, 2017 – As U.S. President Donald Trump continues to threaten war with North Korea, Canadians are markedly
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This is wonderful news. Is Prime Minister Trudeau listening?

The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons has won the Nobel Peace Prize.
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Prime Minister Trudeau says he won't sign the Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty - but we sure can!

Public Response added 16 new photos to the album: Kingston, London, Thunder Bay Sept 20, 2017 Day of Action.
September 24, 2017

Prime Minister Trudeau says he won't sign the Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty - but we sure can!

Prime Minister Trudeau says he won't sign the Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty - but we sure can!

Prime Minister Trudeau says he won't sign the Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty - but we sure can!

Prime Minister Trudeau says he won't sign the Nulcear Weapons Ban Treaty - but we sure can!

Amazing response today: so many MPs and citizens "signing" the historic Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty, the same day it opens for signature in New York at the United Nations.

Getting amazing response

Anti-nuclear groups are hoping to raise awareness about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s decision not to sign a treaty banning nuclear weapons with an event to be held Wednesday on Parliament …
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Justin Trudeau says he won't sign the new "Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons when it oopens for signature at the United Nations on September 20 - but we sure can!

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"On August 9, 1945, a U.S. B-29 bomber dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Nagasaki three days after the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.----a U.S. B-29 ...bomber dropped an atomic bomb nicknamed "Fat Man"

The United States of America became the first (and to date only) country in the world to commit mass murder with atomic bombs: proudly obliterating the Japanese (non-white) city of Hiroshima and murdering thereby up to 200,000 people instantaneously. (Since all traces of life were vaporised in the immediate range of the blast it is impossible to say how many people actually died then. Deaths due to radiation poisoning since are not counted here.) The US regime would annihilate the population of a second city, Nagasaki, shortly thereafter, on August 9th."

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