We are the 99%

We will be heard!

General Assembly: October 17th 2011 10pm

Approx Attendance: 40-50 people


General Announcements:


We have recieved Funding from RPIRG http://rpirg.org/:
200/week for the next 2 weeks then
100/week each week after that for 3 weeks


Regina Police got noise compliants and a few officers came down and                   nicely asked for the music to be turned off as it was bothering some                     residents in the nearby condos.


Committees are being created to handle different events throughout the day. Volunteers are welcome.


We are looking for volunteers to handle press requests.


Building the peoples kitchen:


  • Tables & Chairs
  • Camping Stoves
  • Pots and Pans
  • Cutlery
  • Cups
  • Coffee grinder (and coffee beans)
  • Cutting Board
  • Utensils
  • Dishes
  • Coolers
  • Slow Cooker
  • Large Coffee Urn
  • Heaters (We have calls into the FD to determine what is safe)
  • Kettles
  • Large Recycling Boxes
  • Flat Griddle
  • Screen


Daily Agenda:

  • 9am Breakfast
  • 11:30am Lunch
  • 12pm & 7pm Open Mic/Speeches
  • 6pm-8pm Social Time (Games, discussions,  socializing)
  • 8pm Daily General Assembly

Nonviolent Action Guideline from Occupy Regina

Nonviolent Action Guideline from Occupy Regina:


For the purposes of building trust, a common foundation for safety, setting the tone for our action, participants of “Occupy Regina,” agree to the following:


1. All activities will be strictly nonviolent in action and tone. Our attitude will be one of openness and respect toward all people we encounter.


2. All participants of “Occupy Regina,” acknowledge and respect the participation of children and will work to provide a safe space for all participants.


3. At “Occupy Regina,” we ask that participants act according to the love and caring that we are building with each other. Individual or group actions that endanger the physical well-being of other demonstrators will not be tolerated. Generally, actions that might endanger the safety of others at the demonstration include:


a) physical violence directed against others, including the police, spectators and other “Occupy Regina” members


b) actions that cause panic such as running and throwing rocks


c) bringing weapons or anything that can be construed as a weapon to the demonstration site; weapons include but are not limited to: guns, knives, nail files, mace, letter openers, scissors, etc.


5. Participants will not bring or use any alcohol or controlled substances. Any legal drugs brought or used will be for specific medicinal purposes only.


6. All participants freely accept the legal consequences of their actions. Understanding by participating at “Occupy Regina,” that there is a risk of arrest.


7. “Occupy Regina” acknowledges that while property destruction may be a useful tactic as practiced by other movements, it is not our intent to damage or make changes to the space.

Declaration of Solidarity

Declaration of Solidarity (2011-10-13)


Occupy Regina recognizes that the capitalist system has profited the few at the
expense of the many. We acknowledge that we stand on Treaty 4 territory. For the first time, we occupy this land, united as one People, standing in solidarity with:


Indigenous Peoples, Peoples of Color, women, LGBT2Q community, students, the homeless, the un and under employed, workers, the disabled, the elderly, migrants, immigrants & refugees, youth, future generations-yet unborn, and all people exploited by capitalism.


This is a call for harmonious co-existence, for respecting and healing our collective histories, and for the dismantling of those systems that perpetuate all forms of domination and injustice. We acknowledge our greatest enemy is division, and solidarity our greatest ally.


In Solidarity,
The 99%


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