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Kersplebedeb is excited to be coming back to Canzine in Ottawa! Come see us and hundreds of zinesters and other small presses! Sunday, November 6th Ottawa Art Gallery50 Mackenzie King Bridge11 am - 6 pm Canzine, Canada’s largest festival of zines and independent print culture, is back and in person at the OAG in Ottawa! Canzine is THE event to discover zines and small press works. First held in Toronto in 1995, Canzine has since expanded to Ottawa, Vancouver, Calgary, Brampton, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, and Halifax, each hosting hundreds of writers and performers, displaying thousands of zines, books, prints, pins and...

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There are two events in Montreal's NDG neighbourhood—Parc Girouard to be specific!—on September 10th, and even if Kersplebedeb weren't tabling at both of them (which we are!) we'd be encouraging you to go. Noon to 10pm - Festival Defund la Police https://www.facebook.com/events/600897598360188 Defund la Police Festival is an event dedicated to defunding the police, reinvesting in communities, and a creating safer city for everyone. The festival will include a series of talks and workshops on various aspects of community based safety, music and art, food and games, and many opportunities to make new friends and get more involved in the...

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[Kersplebedeb will be tabling both days, along with lots of other great publishers, distros, and projects!]The bookfair is back with two days of programming! PLEASE WEAR A MASK IN THE BUILDINGS The Montreal Anarchist Bookfair – takes place in two buildings, which are across from each other: i) the Georges-Vanier Cultural Centre (CCGV) (2450, rue Workman) and ii) the CÉDA (2515, rue Delisle), an adult education and community centre based in Little Burgundy/St-Henri, across from the CCGV. Both are just a few minutes from Lionel-Groulx métro.Facebook event Samedi | Saturday Book sale Kidz ZoneGrief and Rememberance SpaceART & ANARCHY/BANNER DisplayChill...

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Montreal March for Status for All
Sunday, 17 July 2022
2pm at Place Emilie Gamelin (Berri UQAM metro)

As the federal government is in the process of developing a regularization programme for undocumented migrants, precarious status migrants and their friends, neighbours and allies will march together to demand a full regularization programme for ALL.

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