Photo: Mark Calzavara
This evening more than 300 people came out to hear Council of Canadians chairperson Maude Barlow, CUPE president Paul Moist and local activist Linda Wayne speak about the Canada-European Union free trade deal (CETA) in the Wolf Performance Hall at the Central Library in London.
The 16-city speaking tour against CETA has now been to 15 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 (Sept. 10), Hamilton (Sept. 27), Windsor (Sept. 28), Abbotsford (Oct. 11), Vancouver (Oct. 12), Victoria (Oct. 13), Ottawa (Oct. 19), and London (Dec. 1).
To date, the tour has reached an audience totalling more than 3,275 people in 9 provinces, with multiple media articles reaching an even larger audience.
The next tour stop will be:
Thursday December 8, 7 pm
Delta Prince Edward, 18 Queen Street
with Maude Barlow, Paul Moist, Scott Sinclair (Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives) and moderated by Lori MacKay.