Simon Fraser University panel on Bill C-31

Simon Fraser University Panel on Bill C-31

A May 30 public education session at Simon Fraser Univeristy on the provisions of Bill C-31, 'Protecting Canada's Immigration System' Act. Video of question session here:http://youtu.be/Aluxr_xPOlc
Moderated by Peter W. Klein, Emmy Award winning journalist  and director of the UBC Graduate School of Journalism.

Speakers include: Lesley Stalker, Sharalyn Jordan, Elizabeth Csanyi, Lobat Sadrehashemi and Harsha Walia

More details of event, info on the speakers and links to more info on Bill C-31 here: http://www.ligi.ubc.ca/?p2=modules/liu/events/view.jsp&id=1098

Co-Hosted with:
SFU Woodwards Cultural Unit
Vancity Office of Community Engagement
The Tyee

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