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November 21, 2011

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CLBC Stop the Cuts – Coming to your town!

BURNABY—A coalition of activists supporting persons with disabilities is planning a series of rallies as part of its campaign to stop the cuts and restore services to Community Living BC.

In addition to joining a Facebook page (you can become a Friend by going to Kimberley Yanko clbcfailspwd) and signing a Google online petition (clbcstopthecuts), supporters of persons with disabilities are encouraged to attend one or more of the monthly rallies to be held in the Lower Mainland between December 11 and March 11. 

The rain-or-shine rallies will begin at 11:00 a.m. sharp, so attendees are encouraged to dress for the weather. Those interested in attending are asked to RSVP at [email protected].

Clbcstopthecuts will e-mail a reminder in advance of the events to all who contact them.

The rally schedule:

New Westminster-Sunday December 11, 2011. Location: starting at Hyack Square

Surrey-Sunday January 15, 2012. Location: starting at 9900 Block Skytrain station,SE

Burnaby-Sunday February 12, 2012. Location: starting at Metro Town Skytrain Station

Coquitlam-Sunday March 11, 2012. Location: starting at Coquitlam Bus Depot across from Coquitlam Centre

Check the online petition for updated information.


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