Ron Deibert discusses privacy and the internet April 1.
FOR A JUST EASTER
They're taking their faith to the streets, this coalition of church activists hosting the Ecumenical Good Friday Walk For Justice. Instead of the traditional Stations of the Cross, this event will visit sites representing marginalized youth, the sanctuary movement and Idle No More. Friday (March 29), 2 pm. Free. Church of the Holy Trinity, beside Eaton Centre. A simple vegan meal follows. goodfridaywalk.ca.
NO MONEY FOR DIRTY OIL
Big Oil has many tentacles - and so, thankfully, does the campaign against it. This one heads to Bay Street. The Financial Walk Of Shame supports BC's Unist'ot'en Camp, fighting to protect Wet'suwet'en territory in the northwest interior of British Columbia from Chevron's proposed Pacific Trail pipelines carrying fracked gas. The march delivers a message to the top banking backers of Chevron to back off support for dirty oil. Today (Thursday, March 28), 8:30 am. Free. RBC Head Office, Front and Bay. facebook.com/RisingTideToronto.
RESOLVING DIGITAL DILEMMAS
Freeing net use in authoritarian regimes sits at the top of the digital liberation agenda, and here's the guy who knows the issues best: security expert Ron Deibert, director of Citizen Lab at U of T's Munk School of Global Affairs. Deibert speaks on Fighting For Cyberspace, a look at today's digital battles over privacy, democracy and the public good. Monday (April 1), 7 pm. Free. Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, 111 Queen's Park. Preregister via email@example.com.