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Public forum on the state of our democracy

June 22, 2015

It's been nine years of job losses, health care privatization, falling wages, and environmental neglect.

It's time for change.
Free tickets at

Join a compelling line-up of speakers to learn how you can inspire democratic participation in your community:

Maude Barlow, National Chairperson, Council of Canadians
Hassan Yussuff, President, Canadian Labour Congress
Jim Stanford, Author, Economist & Founder, Progressive Economics Forum
David Heap, Organizer, Londoners for Door to Door
Deb Daviau, President, Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada
Colonel Pat Stogran (ret'd), Former Veterans' Ombudsman
Brigette DePape (Moderator), Youth Vote Campaigner, Council of Canadians

Learn how you can inspire democratic participation in your community.

Together, we can choose a government that creates good jobs, invests in public health care, addresses climate change, and so much more.

This event is organized by the Council of Canadians in partnership with Unifor and the Directors Guild of Canada.

The public forum will be followed by a hands-on workshop on how to increase voter turnout in your neighbourhood.

This event is non-partisan. The focus is on increasing voter turnout in order to elect a government that better reflects the values and vision of Canadian voters.

Time: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)
Venue: Wolf Performance Hall at London Central Library
Location: 251 Dundas St. London, ON
For information contact: Dana Chapeskie at
Phone: 1-800-387-7177
Categories: Social Change, Social Justice, Alternatives

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