This year, the Council celebrates 30 years of bringing people together to act for social justice. You have been a part of our past success and more importantly, you are a part of our future. Join us in Windsor, Ontario to look forward and imagine the Canada we want with good green jobs, a vibrant democracy, a strong public health care system, clean water and a healthy environment, justice for Indigenous peoples and opportunities for youth.
Occurring just four days after the federal election, our Friday public forum will provide analysis of the federal election results -- what the results mean for civil society and for Canada, and how we will move forward together to create the Canada we want.
We look forward to celebrating this special occasion with our supporters, chapter activists and allies.
Friday, October 23
Public Forum: ImagiNations: Reframing Our Collective Future 7:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Admission: $15 suggested donation or pay-what-you-can (free with conference registration)
The public forum will open with a welcome from Chief Louise Hillier, Caldwell First Nation. The Gaia Women of the Great Lakes Basin will perform two songs.
- Maude Barlow, National Chairperson, The Council of Canadians
- Jerry Dias, National President, Unifor
- Dr. Pamela D. Palmater, Associate Professor and Chair in Indigenous Governance, Ryerson University
- Gordon Laxer, Political economist and former Director, Parkland Institute
Saturday, October, 24
ImagiNations: Reframing Our Collective Future Conference (registration required)
Join us for a day of interactive workshops and plenary panel discussions that will inform, inspire and motivate you to take action!
Sunday, October 25
The Council of Canadians' annual business meeting 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
(For Council supporters in good standing)
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