The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives-Ontario presents
the 2012 David Lewis Lecture
Generation Now: Four emerging voices on the
Canadian political landscape
Brigette dePape, writer and activist also known as the “rogue page” who stood in protest in the Canadian Senate chambers
Ben Powless, Mohawk citizen from Six Nations, co-founder of the Canadian Youth Climate Coalition and organizer with Defenders of the Land
Jamie Biggar, founding executive director of Leadnow.ca who coordinates national campaigns designed to get more Canadians engaged in their own democracy
Emma Pullman, freelance writer, campaigner with sumofus.org and research director with Leadnow.ca
They’re actively engaged in the biggest challenges of our time. Find out what they think about Canada’s future.
Thursday October 4, 2012
Doors open: 6:30 pm, lecture starts: 7:30 pm
Wine and cheese social: 9:00 pm
Trinity St. Paul’s Centre, 427 Bloor Street West, Toronto (map)
Tickets will go fast, so get yours now!
Lecture only: $40 lower level seating; $20 upper level seating
CCPA Fundraising wine and cheese social, includes a free drink and a chance to meet the guest speakers (limited tickets available): $40
Tickets are also available for purchase in-person at the Toronto Women's Bookstore, 73 Harbord Street Toronto, 416-922-8744.
For more information about this event, please contact CCPA-Ontario Director Trish Hennessy at 416-525-4927 or by email at [email protected].
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