We Stand On Guard

This website was created as an archive for concerned Canadians, and a place to share thoughts, and to relay the expert’s thoughts on current events and problems happening today within our society that may, or may not be being actively censored from mainstream narrative. 

Take some time to explore my site, read something interesting, and feel free to reach out to me if you would like to collaborate on a project together in the future, or have any feedback. 

Blessed be, and take care of your tribes. We are all in this together.


Happening Near Me

Weekly: Protests, peaceful assemblies, marches, and rallies

Disclaimer:  Reinventing Wildfire, in accordance with the Constitution and Charter Rights and Freedoms,  supports peaceful protests in the form of peaceful assembly.  Reinventing Wildfire is willing to advertise the events to connect people in different communities, and is not responsible for rallies or protests that do not align with the Constitution.  Reinventing Wildfire is not associated or in partnership with any affiliated groups or organizations present.  This list has been crowdsourced and compiled, so please contact us if any locations/dates/times need to be revised, or should be added to the list. 

British Columbia

Every Saturday:

[11am] Langley: 232nd Overpass & Hwy 1 

[12pm] Abbotsford: 2545 McCallum Road

[12pm] Kelowna: 1430 Water Street [Stuart Park across from City Hall] 

[12pm] Prince George: Prince George Playhouse – 2626 Recplace Dr.

[12pm] Surrey: 160th overpass [Exit 50 & Drive (N) on 160th to Fraser Heights Rec Centre, short walk to overpass]

[12pm] Vernon: Polson Park Fountain

[12pm] Victoria: 1515 Blanshard St.  [Click Here]

Every Sunday:

[12pm] Vancouver: Art Gallery – 750 Hornby St.

[12pm] Penticton: Warren park across from Mall @ 2111 Main Street


Every Saturday:

[12pm] Regina: City Hall – 2476 Victoria Ave

[12pm] Saskatoon: City Hall – 222 3rd Ave N


Every Saturday:

[12pm] Grande Prairie: Prairie Mall – 11801 100 Ave.

[12 pm] Edmonton: Legislative Building – 10080 97th Ave.

(*23rd) – Capital Plaza for 1 PM Concert, 1:30 Speeches, and 2:30 PM for Walk.

[12pm] Lethbridge: Downtown (no time given… safe bet!)

[12:30pm] Red Deer: City Hall – 49 Avenue, Box 5008

[1pm] Calgary: City Hall – 716 Macleod Trail SE

[1pm] Medicine Hat: Corner of Strachan & South Boundary Road

(*23rd) – Live Music!

Every Sunday:

[1pm] Calgary: Courthouse – 601 5 St SW (Corner 6th Ave and 4th St SW)

[11am-4pm] Grand Prairie: Muskoseepi Park Amiphitheatre


Every Saturday:

[12pm] Winnipeg: 5G & Informed Consent, Canadian Museum for Human Rights – 85 Israel Asper Way

[1pm] Winnipeg: Legislative Building – 450 Broadway

Every Sunday:

[12pm-4pm] Winnipeg: Hugs over Masks, Birds Hill Park East Beach (See Hugs over Masks website here)


Every Saturday:

[12pm] Barrie: Centennial Beach

[12pm] Niagara Falls: City Hall – 4310 Queens St. Niagara Falls

[12pm] North Bay: City Hall – McKintrye St.

[12pm] Ottawa: Centennial Flame

[12pm] Toronto: Queens Park – 111 Wellesley St. W

[12pm] Toronto: Dundas Square @ Yonge & Dundas – 40 Dundas Street West (Video: View Here)


Every Saturday:

[12pm] Montreal: 275 Rue Notre-Dame E 

[12pm] Québec City: 2 Rue des Jardins, QC


Every Saturday:

[12pm] St. Johns: City Hall – Queens St.

New Brunswick

Every Saturday:

[12pm] Fredericton: City Hall – 397 Queen St.

[12pm] Moncton: City Hall – Main St.  

[12pm] Saint John: City Hall – St. Patricks St.

Nova Scotia

Every Saturday:

[12pm] Halifax: 1841 Argyle St. 

[12pm] Halifax: City Hall – Barrington St.

[2pm] Halifax: Legislative Assembly – 1726 Hollis Street

Prince Edward Island

Every Saturday:

[12pm] Charlottetown: City Hall – Queen St. 

**Note: If you choose to rally on an overpass, then you must attach a safety string to your sign and attach it to your wrist.  Do not hold your sign over the railing.  Check with your city bylaws if banners are permitted to be attached to overpass railings.  If so,  be sure to attach it with zap straps on the sidewalk side, and then flip over the railing and attach at the bottom. Try to be mindful when carrying larger signs and/or flags of your surroundings.