The Council of Canadians and Canadian Union of Public Employees speaking tour against the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) continues in December with stops in London and Charlottetown.
Thursday December 1, 7 pm – London, Ontario
Wolf Performance Hall, Central Library, 251 Dundas Street
with Maude Barlow, Paul Moist and music by local musicians.
Thursday December 8, 7 pm – Charlottetown, P.E.I.
Delta Prince Edward, 18 Queen Street
with Maude Barlow, Paul Moist, Scott Sinclair (Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives) and moderated by Lori MacKay.
The speaking tour against CETA has now been to 14 communities – Calgary (April 29), Montreal (May 24), Toronto (May 26), Saskatoon (May 31), Winnipeg (June 27), Halifax (June 28), St. John’s (June 29), Moncton (September 10), Hamilton (September 27), Windsor (September 28), Abbotsford (October 11), Vancouver (October 12), Victoria (October 13), and Ottawa (October 19). To date, the tour has reached an audience totalling more than 2,975 people in 9 provinces, with multiple media articles reaching an even larger audience.
For more details on the London and Charlottetown tour stops, please see www.canadians.org/tradetour.