26 April · 18:00 - 22:00
Sadie's Diner & Juice Bar
504 Adelaide Street West
With the generous support of Sadie's Diner, we invite you to the All You Can East Chili Night. Chili, chips, dips and baked good are all vegan. All for just $10 per person!
In memory of our dear friend and fellow activist, Mark Karbusicky, we ask that everyone please bring a can or bag of cat food for local feral cat rescue programs.
All proceeds go towards ARK II.
About ARK II:
Founded in 1984, ARK II - The Animal Rights Kollective is a Toronto-based, grassroots animal advocacy organization.
ARK II organizes and hosts events in and around the Toronto area on a broad range of issues including: farmed animals; veganism; animals used for textiles, including leather, fur, and wool; animals used in laboratories; hunting and fishing; and companion animals, including strays and over-breeding.
YUMMY VEGAN BAKED GOODS!
ARK II welcomes you to Panacea (588 Bloor Street West, Toronto, just west of Bathurst Subway station) for a surprise vegan bake sale.
On Sunday, March 13, we will be promoting and selling vegan goodies between 2pm - 5pm.
We hope to see you there!
If you'd like to contribute some of your favourite vegan baked goods, please do so. All support is welcome.
588 Bloor Street West
In community partnership with Beit Zatoun, No Apathy! presents its August all ages afternoon show!
LOSE THE TUDE (posi diy hardcore from Ohio)
ALLUDERE ('the personal is political' pop-punk from Oshawa)
LOATHSOME (vegan powerviolence from Toronto)
There will be several tables set up including:
-No Apathy! free zine distro
-twelveohtwo zine distro
-A Mountain Far distro
-Vegan tshirts and propaganda by Sean and Drew
-Vegan baked goods by Evy Hareven and Astrid Voura
-DIY Cosmetics zines by Jane Ellis
-Toronto Anarchist Black Cross
-Toronto Zine Library + Patrick's vegan donuts!
5pm, $5 (no one will be turned away due to lack of funds)
Beit Zatoun is located at 512 Markham Street (at Bloor), right outside Bathurst subway station.
Please be respectful of the space and our request that no alcohol or other drugs make their way in or around it.
No Apathy! works to maintain a safe environment for all who participate in our events so forms of oppression such as homophobia, transphobia, sexism, or racism are not welcome at No Apathy! shows. Let's work together to build a community based on mutual respect as well as shared ideals.
Please note the dire need of 188 animals (44 rats, 18 rabbits and 126
cats) at the Toronto Humane Society. Please cross post and let friends
and family know that these animals will all die if we don't act now.
Please contact Daria at email@example.com
or Ruthann firstname.lastname@example.org
Below is the message from THS employee, Ruthann.
The Toronto Humane Society will be closing its doors from April 12th
until June 1st, 2010. During this time, NO animals will be able to
remain in the building. That means we only have 10 days to find all
the animals at THS homes. This includes 44 rats, 18 rabbits, and 126
cats. If ever there was a time to adopt - now is that time! These
animals need your help, and they need it now!
Please visit us 7 days a week, between 12-6pm to meet your new best
friend. If you'd like to contact me, please e-mail my work account
(email@example.com), but understand that I intend to
be very busy over the next 10 days, and may not be able to answer you
Thanks in advance for your support!
Alternatives to Animal Experimentation in Education and the Health Sciences
Date: Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto (OISE), Room 4422
Street: 252 Bloor Street West (right above St. George Subway station)
City/Town: Toronto, ON
A free lecture by Olivier Berreville of InterNICHE, the International Network for Humane Education (http://www.interniche.org
). Mr. Berreville will be discussing arguments against the use of live animals for biomedical research and for purposes of education. InterNICHE "promotes progressive humane education in the biological sciences, veterinary and human medicine; and supports the replacement of animal experiments by working with teachers to introduce alternatives, and with students to support freedom of conscience".
"We define alternatives as educational aids or teaching approaches that replace harmful animal use or complement existing humane education. Humane education in the life sciences is: progressive education for which the teaching objectives are met using humane, alternative methods where animals are free from harm and students have freedom of conscience education which encourages holistic perception and a respect for life." InterNICHE
As the Canadian representative for InterNICHE, Olivier Berreville has spoken to university groups at Brock, Dalhousie, Ottawa and Trent Universities. Mr. Berreville is currently completing his PhD in Biology at Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia.
We will have a Q & A immediately following the lecture and encourage individuals to engage in what is sure to be lively dialogue. The lecture itself is scheduled to run from approximately 7 pm to 8 pm.
- Campaign to Stop Animal Experimentation at University of Toronto
- Panacea Eco Store on Bloor
- ARK II (Animal Rights Kollective II)
- Students Against Climate Change
Everyone is welcome. Please join us.
x-posted to animals_ontario
Ark II's 25th Anniversary Silver Soiree
Host: Animal Rights Kollective ARK II
Type: Party - Benefit
Start Time: Thursday, December 3, 2009 at 9:00pm
End Time: Friday, December 4, 2009 at 2:00am
Location: The Dance Cave
529 Bloor Street West
Ark II is celebrating a quarter century of advocating and educating on behalf of all animals with a fabulous fancy dress ball (we're taking our inspiration more from Nightmare Before X-Mas than Hollywood red carpets, but anything silver will get you props.)
Admission is PWYC (we suggest $10), which includes delectable vegan nibbles, the chance to purchase raffle tickets for exciting prizes and (for our first 100 revelers, gift bags).
Check out our Facebook Page:http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=177612460939&index=1#/event.php?eid=177612460939&index=1
And our website:http://www.ark-ii.com/2009/
so we just came back from seeing the (sub par) new woody allen film, 'whatever works', and as such are now on the hunt for vegan knish. any leads would be greatly appreciated! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knish