Mainstream Media in Canada are invited Today Sunday Oct 20th at 2 PM : by the Canadian Lebanese Community in Toronto
Join us, click here for more info. Facebook events
Sunday Oct 27, 2019 3 PM – 5 PM
Follow live: on social media #LebanonProtests #OneLebanon or in arabic لبنان_ينتفض#
for more info call : Hamsa Diab Farhat +1 416 710 8710
All are invited to stand in solidarity with the people of Lebanon that WANT FUNDAMENTAL CHANGE TO ADVANCE DEMOCRACY AND FIGHT CORRUPTION IN Lebanese government and politics. As Canadian Lebanese, we are coming out to channel our SUPPORT FOR AN ECONOMICALLY VIBRANT AND DEMOCRATIC LEBANON THAT CAN CONTINUE TO BE A STRONG FRIEND AND TRADE PARTNER TO CANADA.
Close to 3000 people showed up. #OneLebanon. We stand with you all the way from Toronto
The media has a crucial role in supporting social movements TO PROMOTE THE CANADIAN VALUES OF DEMOCRACY AND SHARED PROSPERITY. We are not asking for coverage of the event/protest only, we want coverage to our message. Our message tomorrow is clear: “We as Canadian Lebanese want a secular DEMOCRATIC government. We WANT TO ELIMINATE CORRUPTION
We want a better economy, jobs, electricity, better healthcare system for Lebanon TO REMAIN A STRONG FRIEND AND ECONOMIC PARTNER TO CANADA BASED ON A LONG HISTORY OF SHARED CONNECTIONS.
We are standing in solidarity with the people in Lebanon #OneLebanon
Canada and Lebanon are close friends with deep people-to-people ties. We are closely monitoring the situation there. The right to peaceful protest must be respected. Canadians in need of consular assistance can contact firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 613 996 8885
— Chrystia Freeland (@cafreeland) October 19, 2019
“Canada and Lebanon are close friends with deep people to people ties. We are closely monitoring the situation there. The right to peaceful protest must be respected.
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