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South Pacific Post-Nuclear Nightmare

By Thalif Deen UNITED NATIONS, Dec 7 2017 (IPS) – The Pacific islands have long remained victims of nuclear crimes – but the perpetrators, three of the world’s major powers with permanent seats in the UN Security Council, never paid…

Learning about Venezuela

by Paul S. Graham When it comes to Venezuela, the mainstream media is awash with lies and distortions and the Canadian government is complicit (with the United States) in an attempt to force the overthrow of the democratically elected government…

Venezuela: Two events and a Petition

The Venezuela Peace Committee, of which Peace Alliance Winnipeg is a member, is hosting two events that will interest Winnipeggers concerned about the ongoing crisis in Venezuela: Dec. 5th: The Geopolitics of Oil and Venezuela Robert Schultz Theatre – University…

Global Justice Film Festival

By Candice Bodnaruk On October 28th Peace Alliance Winnipeg participated in the 15th Global Justice Film Festival at the University of Winnipeg. Throughout the day we had many visitors to our table, inquiring about our work, signing our petition to…

Video: Winnipeg Lanterns for Peace 2017

August 6, As they have for many years, Winnipeggers commemorated the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki with a lantern ceremony at Memorial Park in Winnipeg. Sponsors: Peace Alliance Winnipeg Japanese Cultural Association of Manitoba National Association of Japanese Canadians Council…

Hiroshima Peace Declaration 2017

By Matsui Kazumi Mayor, The City of Hiroshima AUG. 6, 2017 – Friends, seventy-two years ago today, on August 6, at 8:15 a.m., absolute evil was unleashed in the sky over Hiroshima. Let’s imagine for a moment what happened under…

Lanterns for Peace 2017

Sunday, August 6, 2017 7 to 10 PM Memorial Park Fountain in Winnipeg Every August, Peace Alliance Winnipeg, the Japanese Cultural Association of Manitoba, and Council of Canadians-Winnipeg Chapter commemorate the 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima (Aug. 6) and Nagasaki…