Be sure to take in these speakers . . .



Sunday, May 5th, 2019. See EVENTS page for details

Geoffrey Clarfield is a development anthropologist, journalist, film producer, and musician. He is the Executive Director of the Yazidi Rescue Committee, a joint project of the Canadian Coalition Against Terror (CCAT) and Yazidi Human Rights International.

He spent 16 years living and working in the Middle East and Africa as a development anthropologist dealing with matters pertaining to biodiversity, conservation, institutional capacity building, poverty alleviation and democratization. His clients included the United Nations, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Canadian, Norwegian, Swiss, Italian and Kenya governments as well as international NGOs.

He is passionate about defending the human rights of indigenous peoples such as the Yazidi. He travelled to the Central African Republic which led to him producing a film on the expulsion of forest dwelling Pygmies in Uganda. For the last four years he has worked and continues to work closely with Mirza Ismail and the Yazidi community in Canada, many of whom are survivors of genocide and whose relatives have been massacred and enslaved at the hands of ISIL in Iraq and Syria.



Sunday, May 5th, 2019. See EVENTS page for details

Mr. Mark is a Resettlement and Development worker who, in the past 30 years, has visited and worked in over 60 countries on refugee, migration and social justice related work particularly on refugee rights, civil liberties, human rights of detainees, marginalized groups and people in need.

He was elected to the NGO-Government Committee on Refugee Sponsorship and served as a director on the Board of OCASI (Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants). He was actively involved in the work of the Canadian Centre for Victims of Torture (CCVT).

He is involved in advocacy, public awareness and the Catholic refugee sponsors' cooperation in Canada. He regularly participates on Selection Mission Trips under the Catholics Without Borders initiative, providing holistic approach for the refugee crisis and implementing the strategic use of resettlement. Lately he continues his refugee and migration related work in the private sector. He continues charitable refugee and resettlement work - amongst other - at Christians walking with Refugees (CwR) Project as part of WWOW (World Wide Opportunities for Women). He advocates for improving the compromised Canadian resettlement programs.


Some of our recent events have included . . .


March 29th in Ottawa     March 30th in Montreal

Trevor Loudon is a celebrated author, filmmaker and political commentator from New Zealand, who has been researching the radical left for more than 30 years and is the foremost expert on left-wing organizers of mass protests. Mr. Loudon will also be discussing the recent anti-Islamophobia Motion M-103 brought forth in Parliament. "When Did WW III Begin? Stand up, fight the Muslim Brotherhood, fight the radicals, stand up for Canadian values, and just give 'em hell folks!"

He will be speaking in Ottawa:
Date: Wednesday, March 29, 2016
Time: 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Location: Ottawa Public Library, Main Auditorium
Address: 120 Metcalfe St. (corner of Laurier Ave. W.)
Cost: $20.00; students with ID $15.00

And Montreal:
Date: Thursday, March 30, 2016
Time: 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Location: To be announced  RSVP info@actforcanada.ca

Trevor Louden speaks at CPAC

For further information, please contact info@actforcanada.ca



Dr. Jordan Peterson has been much in the news recently for insisting on his right to freedom of speech in the face of attacks from gender identity activists who insist that he must use whatever gender-neutral or otherwise gendered pronouns they tell him to use (including neologisms such as "xe" and "xer"). Dr. Peterson argues that to use pronouns dictated by others is "compelled speech," that the doctrines that underlie Ontario's Bill C-16 (amending the Canadian Human Rights Act) share structural similarities with the Marxist ideas that drove Soviet Communism, and that he will not use words that are the construction of authoritarians. Dr. Peterson sees his tribulations as part of a war that is going on at the heart of Canadian culture, and the culture of the Western world.

Dr. Peterson will be speaking on post-modernism, Marxism, and political correctness.

  • Date: Saturday, March 11, 2016
  • Time: 2 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Location: Ottawa Public Library, Main Auditorium
  • Address: 120 Metcalfe St. (corner of Laurier Ave. W.)
  • Cost: $20.00; students with ID $15.00

Jordan Peterson speaks for those of us that refuse to follow the 'great liberal death wish' by Conrad Black


Jordan Peterson: A real professor at last by Rex Murphy


Professor Jordan Peterson His Stance On Gender Pronouns (short youtube)



Dr. Peterson's employer, the University of Toronto, has informed him that his refusal to use the pronouns dictated by gender activists could put his future employment with the university at risk. If you would like to support Dr. Peterson in his fight against totalitarian political correctness, you may sign this petition to the University of Toronto:


As there will be no reserved seats, it will be FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED!

For further information, please contact  info@actforcanada.ca


ACT! For Canada invites you to Michael Hansen's documentary on the Islamization of Europe

"Cancelled by the Ottawa Pubic Library. The Storm Troopers are now at the Gates of Canada"

Please join us at the main branch of the Ottawa Public Library for the showing of "KILLING EUROPE" produced by Michael Hansen, also known as "The Missing Dane." Hansen left his native Denmark for America fifteen years ago. He recently returned to Europe to make his documentary about the changes that have occurred since his departure. The extent of the Islamization of Europe is shocking - terrorist attacks, no-go zones, riots and gang rapes - with those in authority both in denial and cowed, seemingly blind to the catastrophe their "multicultural" doctrine has unleashed. Michael Hansen will be attending the showing of his film and will be available afterwards to answer questions and discuss the existential threat that Islam poses for the West.

See Vlad Tepes' interview with Michael Hansen here and a trailer for the film on the Gates of Vienna here.

Date: Saturday, November 25, 2017

Time: 2 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Location: Ottawa Public Library, Main Auditorium

Address: 120 Metcalfe St. (corner of Laurier Ave. W.)

Cost: $20.00; students with ID $15.00

For further information, please contact info@actforcanada.ca


We have organized conferences featuring noted speakers:

  • Robert Spencer, a world renowned scholar on Islam spoke in Ottawa on Immigration nightmares and in Montreal on the threats to freedom of speech.
  • Dr. Jordan Peterson, argues that to use pronouns dictated by others is "compelled speech," and spoke on post-modernism, Marxism, political correctness and freedom of speech.
  • Trevor Loudon, a celebrated author, filmmaker and political commentator from New Zealand has been researching the radical left for more than 30 years and is the foremost expert on left-wing organizers of mass protests.
  • Raheel Raza, author, documentary film maker , public speaker and one of the actors in the documentary "Honor Diaries".
  • Jamie Glazov, a passionate and articulate speaker and writer; author of "United in Hate"; editor of FrontPage Magazine and host of the Glazov Gang.
  • Stephen C. Coughlin, an attorney, decorated intelligence officer and noted specialist on Islamic law, ideology and associated issues as they relate to terrorism and subversion.
  • Deborah Weiss, an expert in the "Defamation of Religions", UN resolutions, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and CAIR.
  • Paul Weston, after leaving UKIP in the UK, he established Liberty GB to deal with the subjects of mass immigration and Islam and is a fierce fighter for freedom of speech.
  • Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff, an Austrian convicted for hate speech for denigrating Islam; recently lost her case in the European Court.
  • Dr. Salim Mansur, professor & author of "Delectable Lie: A Liberal Repudiation of Multiculturalism".
  • Bruce Bawer, journalist and well-known author of "While Europe Slept".
  • Gavin Boby, Law & Freedom Foundation, United Kingdom; advisor on preventing the building of Mosques.
  • Clare Lopez,formerly a career operations officer with the C.I.A. and presently with the Centre for Security Policy.
  • Philippe Karsenty from France speaking on the blood libel Mohammed Al-Dura incident.
  • David Harris, former Director of Strategic Planning, CSIS.
  • Marc Lebuis, researcher, writer and blogger - Point de Bascule.
  • Barbara Kay, Author and noted journalist with the National Post.
  • David Solway, well-known author, poet and journalist.
  • Dr. Alex Wilner, respected researcher in Global Terrorism.
  • Mathieu Bock-Cote, a lecturer, an author, a columnist and a TV commentator.
  • Hege Storhaug, journalist, author and director of Human Rights Services in Oslo, Norway.
  • Tiffany Gabbay, writer and expert in Middle East affairs.
  • Julie Taub, an Immigration and Refugee lawyer practicing in Ottawa who has more than 15 years of experience in Canadian Immigration Law and speaks on the refugee crisis.
  • James Bissett, former Canadian Ambassador to Yugoslavia speaks on the truth about mass migratory and refugee movements and the cost to our country.