Canadian Association of Labour Media (CALM) Conference

Thursday, May 23, 2013 - 22:30 to Saturday, May 25, 2013 - 19:30

This year we have an exciting program with great keynote speakers, the CALM award ceremonies and banquet, panels on key issues for labour, open sessions for collective strategizing, and a wide range of workshops on writing, social media, campaigning, web design, photography, video and lots more.

On Thursday May 23rd, CALM is offering a day-long session with a dynamic facilitator that will examine how to fight against elements of American-style “Right to Work” legislation that are appearing in Canada. It will have an extra charge of $200 and limited space. It's faciliated by Tracey Mitchell.

University of Alberta Lister Conference Centre
87 Avenue and 116 Street,
Edmonton , AB
Canada
53° 31' 22.674" N, 113° 31' 50.2608" W
Alberta CA

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