“It's Time to Take Back Our Democracy” a Public Forum hosted by the Hamilton Chapter of the Council of Canadians
Hamilton-- Well-known journalist Rick Salutin and public interest lawyer Steven Shrybman come to town to discuss the state of our democracy.
WHAT: The Hamilton Chapter of the Council of Canadians will co-host a special public forum called "It's Time to Take Back our Democracy." Speakers include freelance journalist Rick Salutin and public interest lawyer and Council of Canadians Board Member Steven Shrybman. Mr. Shrybman will share an update on the election fraud legal challenges that seek to overturn 2011 federal election results in seven ridings. Mr. Salutin has written extensively on issues of democracy and will speak about the current state of democracy in Canada.
WHO: We are offering this community forum in partnership with a group of Hamilton organizations committed to fostering public engagement and more direct public involvement in the democratic process.
WHEN: Tuesday, May 14 at 7:00 p.m. (Doors open at 6:30 p.m.)
WHERE: First Unitarian Church, 170 Dundurn Street South, Hamilton
Questions? Want to set up an interview with the speakers? Contact: Elysia Petrone, 289.683.0383, email@example.com
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