Early Bird Deadline Approaching - Parkland Annual Conference

Posted on Tuesday, October 25 at 10:39 by parkconf
U of A Undergrad Students SAVE MORE MONEY: Check out our registration page on our website for information about APIRG's conference registration subsidy. http://www.ualberta.ca/~parkland/conference/2005/cf05register.htm What do we want our future to look like? Come listen and discuss! Our speaker's and their topics include: Maude Barlow's Keynote: Building a Vision: Fighting for the Alberta and Canada We Want in Fortress North America Aritha Van Herk Alberta: Fact or Fancy; Grotesque or Giant? John Conway Alberta -- Right; Saskatchewan -- Left: Roots of the Divergence Lisa Bechtold – “Socially Responsible” Agriculture or Disaster? Larry Booi – Education in Alberta: The foundation we need Andrew Nikiforuk A Secure Energy Future or Provincial Sacrifice Zones Jonah Gindin Sowing the Oil: Venezuela’s Revolutionary Oil Policy is Building a more Comprehensive Democracy Heather Mallick Canadian Hope in the Dark: Salvation Through Words for Albertans Jason Foster - Dressing Up the Dinosaur: Alberta, Unions and the Inclusion of Working People in Alberta Political Culture Laurie Adkin - Early Childhood Education and Care, and Caring Labour in Alberta Hon. Doug Roche Alberta’s role in Canada and the world – setting a good example Keynote, Session and "Made in Alberta" World Party tickets are also available for those who can't come to the entire conference at the Parkland Institute, Audrey's Books and Earth's General Store.

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