[Cc-ca] Fwd: RE: info about Ottawa Crossing the Line event
julien at jlam.flora.ca
Fri Jan 28 12:41:03 EST 2005
There are still time slots available to present in front of Council of
This event is in 11 days from today (Friday Janurary 28th).
Is anyone interested in presenting?
Written submissions can be sent to atroster at canadians.org .
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---------- Message de Ariel Troster transféré ----------
Subject: RE: info about Ottawa Crossing the Line event
Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2005 09:55:43 -0500
From: "Ariel Troster" <atroster at canadians.org>
To: <julien at jlam.flora.ca>
You can send any written submissions to me, and no, it's not too late
to sign up to make a presentation -- timeslots will be between 1:00
and 4:00 pm.
I've attached some supporting material. Please let meknow if you have
any more questions, or require more information.
From: Julien Lamarche [mailto:jlam at jlam.flora.ca]On Behalf Of Julien
Sent: Thursday, January 27, 2005 9:13 PM
To: Ariel Troster
Subject: Re: info about Ottawa Crossing the Line event
Another question: what would be the best e-mail address for canadians
to make their case in written via e-mail for this particular event of
Le Thursday January 27, 2005 13:26, Ariel Troster a écrit:
> Hi Julien,
> So sorry about that! The information is going up on our website as I
> type this.
> The Ottawa Crossing the Line event will take place at the main branch
> of the public library -- 120 Metcalfe (at Laurier). From 9 am to 4
> pm, experts and community groups will make presentation to our panel
> of commissioners (including Maude Barlow). There will be an evening
> panel discussion from 7 pm to 9:30 pm, also at the library. We are
> just in the process of updating our roster of speakers -- the
> information will be up on our website as soon as it's confirmed.
> Thanks for your interest. Please feel free to give me a call if you
> have any further questions, or would like more information.
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