Andrew Coyne, editor for an obscure magazine known as Maclean's and a man known for having and expressing political opinions, will be participating in a panel discussion hosted by Canadians Advocating Political Participation (CAPP) Vancouver this Saturday. With the aid of Emcee Charles Demers, he will discuss questions regarding participatory democracy, voter engagement and parliamentary accountability with the audience.
Please be warned that the room capacity is 100, so come early, come often. Also be warned that entry is by donation (suggested amount: $5), which will be used to cover costs and organise future events. Food and drink will be available.
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