Monthly Archives: May 2010

War Criminal Netanyahu – Speech by David Parker

Text of speech by DAVID PARKER, CKDU radio journalist and member of the Pan Canadian Bil’in Solidarity Network, to Public Rally against ‘visit’ of War Criminal Netanyahu to Canada, May 30, 2010. The text has been updated to deal with the Israeli attack on the humanitarian aid convoy on May 31st. Continue reading

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Extradite War Criminal Benjamin Netanyahu

Press Release issued by the Ad Hoc Committee to Defend Palestine,  Monday May 31, 2010 Continue reading

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War Criminal Netanyahu – Citizen’s Arrest Warrant

Issued May 30, 2010, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Continue reading

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For your information: Cannon and Baird to greet War Criminal Netanyahu

Modification – Ministers Cannon and Baird to Greet Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Continue reading

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War Criminal Netanyahu: Invitation to MP Megan Leslie to public rally

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Come out to give Benjamin Netanyahu the welcome he deserves

Halifax, December 1, 2004: Mass protest against visit of war criminal George W. Bush.

Guess who’s coming to Canada…

Benjamin Netanyahu, war criminal!

  1. Occupation
  2. Collective Punishment
  3. Denial of Right of Return
  4. Brutal Siege of Gaza
  5. Expansion of Settlements
  6. Torture
  7. Extra-Judicial Assassination
  8. Crimes Against the Peace

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NS NDP party in power raises HST

ON APRIL 26, the Nova Scotia NDP government passed its second budget since coming to power. The budget raises the province’s harmonized sales tax (HST) to 15 per cent – the highest in the country.

Nova Scotians will see the HST climb from 13 per cent to 15 per cent starting in July and all retired civil servants will have a cap put on cost of living adjustments to their pensions.

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