Catholic School Boards vs. Gay-Straight Student Alliances - Stop the public funding! (Panel / Q&A)

 Next Friday I will be taking part in a panel discussion and question and answer session. I hope you can join us.
Friday, May 13th 2011 at 7:00 pm
Centre for Inquiry, 216 Beverley Street (just south of College and St. George)

Part of CFI Ontario's ongoing "Voices of Reason" Series

Catholic School Boards vs. Gay-Straight Student Alliances - Stop the public funding of religious separate schools! (Panel / Audience Q&A)

Panel includes:
  • Andrea Houston, News Reporter, XTRA Magazine 
  • Mark Daye, candidate for the Green Party of Ontario in the riding of Toronto Centre. He lives with his husband and son and works for a national ergonomics and accessibility consulting firm as VP of Finance. A dedicated activist, Mark is passionate about human rights, free speech and the environment.
  • TBA Member of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA)
  • Casey Oraa, representing Queer Ontario  
  • Leanne Iskander, student at St Joseph Catholic Secondary School in Mississauga and the founder of the St. Joes Gay-Straight Alliance
  • Justin Trottier, representing CFI, Canadian Secular Alliance, and One School System Network
  • Justin Stayshyn, blogger and producer 
Join us at the Centre to hear from an expert panel followed by audience Q&A.
The event is being held at CFI Ontario,
216 Beverly Street, Toronto | Map
General admission is $5 general, $4 students,
cash at the door only
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Seating begins at 6:15 p.m. Come early;
first-come basis; attendance expected to surpass capacity
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