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#CivilDebates 3: Idle No More – Controversial Statements

Civil Debates Post it Box#CivilDebates 3: Idle No More will include a discussion of 21 controversial statements our speakers have submitted anonymously.

These will inform the section of #CivilDebates 3 that invites audience members to participate through a two minute response to any of the statements.

Read more about the Format and Speakers in #CivilDebates 3: Idle No More 

Here’s a preview of 5 / 21 controversial statements:

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How do we address things like this?

  • Electing a new, different government (Liberal, NDP, etc.) will not change the Canadian-First Nations relationship. 

  • Idle No More has been an urban movement.

  • Harper lied in the apology.

  • Confrontation is likely the key to any real change.

  • The Indian Act is illegal legislation.

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Debate 3: Idle No More

June 18, 2013; doors 7pm, debates 7.30pm
The Theatre Centre Pop-Up, 1095 Queen St. West, at Dovercourt
PWYC at the door. No RSVP required.
Hashtag: #CivilDebates

Click here for more information about the Civil Debates series in partnership between The Theatre Centre & Praxis Theatre.

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