Friday, September 18, 2009


Rally against Gordo's HST Sept. 19, see Laila Yuile with Carole James on Global

Bill Tieleman's message:

Reminder - please come to the Fight HST rally on Saturday September 19 at 12 noon outside Canada Place in downtown Vancouver.

I'll be speaking along with former Premier Bill Vander Zalm, NDP leader Carole James, Chris Delaney, deputy leader of the BC Conservative Party, Jordan Braun, deputy leader of the BC Refederation Party, business and community representatives and others.

It's a great chance to tell the BC Liberal government that the Harmonized Sales Tax is totally unacceptable and must be dropped.

But this is a grassroots rally with literally no money for advertising - we are depending on you to spread the word and attend Saturday at 12 noon in Vancouver - or at other rallies around the province - here is a list of other events across BC:

100 Mile House organizer: Janet Derepentigny
Location: TBA

Kamloops organizer: Chad Moat
LOCATION: Spirit Square

Kelowna Organizer: Matthew Reed
LOCATION: The Sails, walk to First United Church

Nanaimo Organizer - Janet Irvine
LOCATION: Maffeo-Sutton Park, Lions Pavilion
NOTE: Time is 1:00PM for this event.

Oliver organizer - Paul McCavour
LOCATION: Highway 97 near Super Valu
NOTE: This rally begins at 3:00 p.m.

Osoyoos organizer: Paul McCavour
LOCATION: junction of Highway 3 and 97

Prince George organizer: Mike Summers
LOCATION: Pat Bell, MLA office - Central

Vancouver organizer: Chris Delaney
LOCATION: Canada Place

Vernon organizer: Miles Lehn
LOCATION: Courthouse Steps

Victoria organizer: Brad Slade
LOCATION: Rear lawn of the Legislature, pending approval.

Williams Lake organizer: Dave Ligertwood

Quesnel organizer: Martin Eastman
LOCATION: Kitchant Street, Quesnel

Revelstoke organizer: Vanessa Smith
LOCATION: Grizzly Book & Serendipity Shop

Laila Yuile attended the Vancouver rally on the main stage. Go to Laila's blog ... she will have a report up tomorrow. It certainly sounded exciting. - BC Mary.



Many thanks for that little word-picture.

I think it's safe to say that Gordo isn't the only one who wouldn't mind seeing the Basi Virk trial dismissed.
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