Federal Conservative Teach-in

This Friday, November 1 from 7 to 10 in the evening there is going to be a teach-in during the Federal Conservative convention in Calgary. I realize this is short notice, but if you have free time, please watch this event from your computer. You will learn more about the threats the Conservative policies have on our Canadian society and a vision for the future.

There will be many special guests joining this event, such as:

  • David Suzuki (Scientist and environmentalist)
  • Maude Barlow (National Chairperson, the Council of Canadians)
  • Chief Theresa Spence (Attawapiskat First Nation)
  • Crystal Lameman (Beaver Lake Cree Nation)
  • Jean Lortie (Secretary-general, Confédération des syndicats nationaux)
  • Andrew Nikiforuk (Author and journalist)
  • Jim Stanford (Economist, UNIFOR)
  • Brigette DePape (“Rogue Page”, writer and activist)
  • Paul Moist (National President, Canadian Union of Public Employees)
  • Michael Harris (writer, journalist, and documentary filmmaker)

Date: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2013
Location: Your computer

About Council of Canadians, Red Deer and Area

The Council of Canadians Red Deer chapter is part of a national grassroots organization of committed individuals, like yourself, that work towards a greater society for all people. There has been an unprecedented growth of inequality since the development of neoliberal ideas in the political and economic realm, and we as an organized group, want to stand up to our government and big business leaders to tell them it does not have to be that way. We are here to educate and create awareness of the many different issues that effect all of us in the present and the future.
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