Showing posts with label petition. Show all posts
Showing posts with label petition. Show all posts

Monday, June 18, 2012

Petition to Repeal Bill 29

The NDP are circulating a petition calling for the repeal of Bill 29.  An electronic version can be downloaded here.  In order for the petition to be accepted, all signatures must be in the original ink and each page submitted must have a minimum of three signatures on it.   Signatures should me mailed to the address at the bottom of the page, or sent to one of the NDP MHAs.

Remember, petitioning gives you the opportunity to engage the members of your community on this important issue.  The more people know about Bill 29, the less likely they will tolerate this attack on our right to know what our government is doing.

Friday, November 4, 2011

Press Release: Demonstration Against the Omnibus Crime Bill C-10

For immediate release: November 4th, 2011
St. John’s, NL – The Occupy NL General Assembly is encouraging the public to join in a demonstration on Friday November 4 at the Supreme Court on Water Street, starting at 10 AM. Occupy movements across Canada will demonstrate at their judiciaries to send a message to the Canadian government regarding the Omnibus Crime Bill C-10, which is being rushed through Parliament without adequate public input.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

C-10 Petition

Hey everyone, the final version of the C-10 petition can be found on Google Docs, here

To download a copy, look to the top right of the screen and press "Download a copy". Each person going around getting signatures has to have a copy of the first page, you can append as many of the second page onto that as you need. Printing them double sided is ok according to parliamentary procedure.

We need as many signatures as possible, as soon as possible, so everybody with a printer start printing and getting your neighbors/coworkers/family/fri
ends to sign! There is also a call for volunteers to canvas the city, please post in the C-10 Facebook group about that. If you're not in the group, send a message to and ask to be added. Everyone is welcome!

Even if you can't help canvas, I strongly urge people to at least try their immediate area, your neighbors, and anyone else you come into contact with.
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