Orientations for the IPSM Ottawa – March 25 & 27

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Orientation for the IPSM Ottawa


Monday, March 25 at 7:00pm
McNabb Community Centre, 180 Percy St. (facebook event)


Wednesday, March 27 at 7:00pm
University of Ottawa, Fauteux Hall (FTX) Room 402 (facebook event)


Wheelchair Accessible
Contact us in advance regarding ASL


Are you interested in organizing with the Indigenous Peoples Solidarity Movement Ottawa (IPSMO)?

We will be having two orientation sessions in March for people interested in learning about the IPSM Ottawa.

The first will be on Monday March 25 at McNabb Community Centre, and the second will be on Wednesday March 27 at the University of Ottawa.



The Indigenous Peoples’ Solidarity Movement of Ottawa (IPSMO) is a grassroots community organization that is committed to supporting indigenous struggles for justice, decolonization and self-determination.

We started organizing in 2006 in support of the Caledonia land reclamation, and are currently most active in supporting the Barriere Lake Algonquin, and working to end violence against indigenous women and girls.

We have regular orientation sessions for people who are or think they might be interested in organizing with us in support of indigenous resistance.

IPSM Ottawa New Member’s Meeting

Monday, 26 April at 7pm

location confirmed:  OPIRG/GRIPO-Ottawa offices, 631 King Edward Ave 3rd floor (half block north of Somerset, at U of Ottawa campus)

Contact us if you have mobility issues and want to attend

The IPSM is now having “New Member’s Meetings” in order to make it easier for new people to get involved in the group.

New Member’s Meetings are an opportunity for people to learn about what indigenous solidarity organizing is and how to do it. We will also provide a brief introduction to the campaigns and support work that we do. Finally, we will address how IPSMO works as a collective.

Currently we have 4 organizing priorities, which include support for the Ardoch Algonquin and Barriere Lake Algonquin, Native Women’s Struggles and Two-Spirited People’s Struggles.