No-2010 Olympics Tour in Guelph


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On Monday February 11, a press conference was held outside of the Royal Bank of Canada in Guelph, to highlight the role they play in making the 2010 olympics happen, and to let people know about resistance to the 2010 olympics. The afternoon gathering took place a few hours before Kanahus Pellkey, from the Secwepemc chapter of the Native Youth Movement, spoke to a crowd of about 80 people. It was frigid, about -15 celsius, but Kanahus and her baby, two youth from Six Nations and their baby, and a crowd of about 20 people gathered. Rogers television and CFRU campus/community radio were the only media that came out, following a trend in Guelph and the surrounding area of the mainstream media ignoring press releases of a radical nature.

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Just before the press conference at the RBC, this banner was found atop the Bank of Montreal, directly across the street.

Guelph's tour poster - Dustin Johnson was present for most of the tour but had to miss the last few events due to prior commitments.