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NOW edi­tors pick a trio of can’t-miss events

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1 PAD­DLE THE ROUGE

Wild­lands League marks its 50th an­niver­sary at Rouge Park Beach on Satur­day (June 16) with its fifth an­nual Pad­dle The Rouge event in sup­port of the en­vi­ron­men­tal group’s good works. Learn to pad­dle and love na­ture with food, mu­sic and ac­tiv­i­ties for the bud­ding nat­u­ral­ists in your fam­ily. 8am—5 pm. $55. 195 Rouge Hills. Pre-regis­ter. pad­dleth­er­ouge.com

2 RALLY FOR DE­CENT WORK

And so the bat­tle against Doug Ford be­gins. Au­thor Naomi Klein, On- tario Fed­er­a­tion of Labour pres­i­dent

Chris Buck­ley, Black Lives Mat­ter– Toronto co-founder Sandy Hud­son, De­cent Work and Health Net­work mem­ber Dr. Ri­tika Goel and On­tario Sikh and Gur­d­wara Coun­cil chair Gobinder Singh Rand­hawa lead a rally for a $15 min­i­mum wage in front of the Min­istry of Labour build­ing on Satur­day (June 16). 1—4 pm Free. 400 Univer­sity. 647-685-1655, 15and­fair­ness.org

3 BLOOMS­DAY FEST ON THE BEACH

Join ac­tors and mu­si­cians in their re-en­act­ment of scenes from James Joyce’s sem­i­nal novel, Ulysses, which takes place every June 16 in Dublin. Satur­day, 9 am to noon. Free. Starts in Kew Gar­dens Park, 2075 Queen East. toron­to­blooms­day.com.

Love na­ture at Wild­lands League’s Pad­dle The Rouge on June 16.

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