As a supporter of the Council of Canadians, you have a great deal to be proud of. Over the last 35 years, this movement of ours has educated and empowered people in communities across the country to advocate for clean water, fair trade, green energy, public health care, and a vibrant democracy. Your support has, and continues to be, invaluable in holding our governments and corporations accountable to the progressive values we all believe in.
Today, this work is more important than ever before. Throughout this fall, we will be countering the rise of right-wing populism, ensuring that the democratic rights of all are being upheld in the federal election, and supporting climate justice movements across the country.
In this busy, challenging time, it is all the more important to work together to build the solidarity and understanding to drive transformative change. In this vein, we are pleased to invite you to join us for an evening presentation: The Council of Canadians – Moving Forward Together.
This evening will be an opportunity to share the vision of the Council of Canadians following the federal election and to meet the Council’s new Executive Director, Molly Kane, as well as me, Christina Kruszewski, the new Prairies Regional Organizer, as well as fellow local Council of Canadians supporters.
When: October 28, 2019 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m
Where: Small Auditorium, Central Lions Recreation Centre, 11113 113 St, Edmonton (Map)
The program for this evening will include:
- Entertainment by a young local artist
- Introduction of new Council of Canadians Executive Director Molly Kane and Regional Organizer Christina Kruszewski
- Presentation, The Council of Canadians – Moving Forward Together
- Coffee, tea and dessert provided
We look forward to meeting you and having you join us for this event. You can RSVP by calling me at 780-966-7724, or by sending me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your continued support in bringing about a better Canada, and a fairer world. We look forward to seeing you on October 28 – and feel free to bring a friend!
Regional Organizer for the Prairies-Northwest Territories