No Ban, No Wall event is in Langley Sunday

Note: This event has been cancelled due to weather.

Update: Event cancelled due to weather.


A No Ban, No Wall gathering is being held at Aldergrove Regional Park Sunday morning.

The 10 a.m. event is a sister event to the No Wall, No Ban event being held at Peace Arch Park that day.

The Aldergrove event takes place in the picnic area of the park.

According to an online posting about the event, the aim is to show that members of the community welcome show our Iraqi, Syrian, Iranian, Libyan, Somali, Sudanese and Yemenite people.

“Celebrate our beautiful diversity against the divisive politics of fear and hatred,” the posting says.

“This will be a peaceful and inclusive demonstration of what unites us as denizens of this planet. Carpool with your friends, bring us your music, food, pussy hats, flags and peaceful signs.”

All ethnicities, cultures, nationalities and identities are welcome, the event posting said.

NOTE: the Peace Arch event has been cancelled but there’s no change on the posting for the Aldergrove event. (No Ban, No Wall event in Aldergrove)

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