We acknowledge the role of the labour movement in Canada and throughout many countries of the world in successfully helping to mobilize so many participants in demonstrations prior to the U.S. invasion of Iraq, such as the 250,000 who were on the streets of Montréal, which helped to ensure to government of Canada and of other countries did not join the invasion.  We also need to acknowledge that our mobilizing efforts were largely secondary to the peace movement’s efforts and those of other social justice groups. 

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