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UPDATE: CETA speaking tour in Saskatoon last night

Yesterday evening, Council of Canadians chairperson Maude Barlow spoke against the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) to more than 200 people in Saskatoon. She was joined by CUPE national president Paul Moist, National Farmers Union president Terry Boehm, and Nettie Wiebe.

On Thursday May 26, Barlow spoke to more than 300 people at the CUPE Ontario convention in Toronto making our against the Canada-EU free trade agreement. She was joined at this event by CUPE Ontario president Fred Hahn and Toronto city councillor Mike Layton.

On Tuesday May 24, Barlow spoke to more than 100 people in Montreal about CETA. At that bilingual public forum, she was joined by CUPE national secretary-treasurer Claude Genereux, ATTAC-Quebec representative Claude Vaillancourt, and Eau Secours president Martine Chatelain.

And on Friday April 29, 300 people came to hear Barlow and Moist during the Alberta Federation of Labour convention in Calgary.

The speaking tour continues on June 27 in Winnipeg, June 28 in Halifax and June 29 in St. John’s.
For more information on those upcoming events, please go to http://canadians.org/tradetour.