A Free Public Conference on: Une Conférence Publique sur:
Quelle est la juste part ? What is a fair share of taxes?
By authors & celebrity public speakers: auteurs et célèbres conférenciers:
Professeurs Patrick Turmel & David Robichaud
During last year’s protests, the students were demanding free university tuition, but they were told by Charest: ‘They were not contributing their fair share!’’ What is a fair share & who is not really making a fair contribution to the public coffers?
Pendant les dernières manifestations des étudiants réclamaient une éducation universitaire gratuite, Charest avait exigé que « les étudiants doivent faire leur juste part? Alors, quelle est la juste part et c’est qui, qui ne fait pas sa juste part?
(To be followed by a discussion period)
(La conférence sera suivit d’une période de discussion)
Date: Wednesday, February 13, 2013. Date: le mercredi, le 13 février 2013.
Place: Concordia’s School of Community & Public Affairs/Lieu: l’université Concordia,
2149 Mackay St. (between/entre de Maisonneuve Blvd. Ouest, & Sherbrooke St. Ouest)
Time: 7.00 p.m. sharp/ Horaire:à 19h00
N. B. We usually meet once a month, to tackle a different political issue, at Concordia’s school of Community & Public Affairs, at 7:00 p.m. For further information, or if you would like to be placed on the list for future events: please call the founder & coordinator of the group, Nadia Alexan, at tel. (514) 846-0644 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, website: www.citizensinactionmontreal.org
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