St. Patrick's Day Brunch

By: Canadians For Language Fairness  07-03-2013
Keywords: English speakers rights

Subject: St. Patrick's Day Brunch - March 17th, 2012 March 5, 2013 Last year’s St. Patrick’s Day Brunch was very well attended and I have no doubt at all that this year’s brunch will be just as successful. The line-up of fantastic speakers will entertain you as well as bring you up to date with the latest battle for freedom of speech and the rights of Canadians that have been under attack for far too long. Please let us know if you can join us – either contact Beth (613-443-0490 or [email protected]) or Kim at [email protected] We will be pleased to mail you the tickets. We need to know the numbers by March 10th so that KC’s Country Inn can prepare the same sumptuous brunch they put together last year. As part of the entertainment, we will also be conducting raffles so if you have an item or two that you’d like to donate, we will be most grateful. Kim ________________________________________ Message from Beth The 2nd Annual Canadians for Language Fairness St Patrick’s Day Brunch is fast approaching, and the line-up of speakers is a veritable “Who’s Who” of Freedom Fighters in Ontario. Although many look on our fight as being a “language” issue or a “Quebec” issue, it is really an attack on Freedom of Expression, one of our INALIENABLE rights and freedoms. There are other groups fighting for other INALIENABLE rights and freedoms, and being that one cannot believe in one inalienable right, but not another, it links all of our groups. There is strength in numbers and with the frequency of attacks on all freedoms increasing, it has never been so important to find common ground and join forces as it is today. Just look at our speakers; Karen Selick – Canadian Constitution Foundation Brian Lilley – Sun News BYLINE Nick Vandergraddt – CFRA Liz Marshall – Ontario Landowners Jack MacLaren – PC MPP Mississippi Mills Ron Barr – Greater Ottawa Trucker’s Association talking about “Fairness is supposed to be a two way street but is not when it comes to Quebec/Ontario working rights Fred Litwin – Free Thinking Society Darcy Donnelly – Glengarry/Prescott/Russell Libertarian candidate Ade Olumide – Municipal Taxpayer’s Advocacy Group (MTAG) Please ensure to reserve your tickets ASAP, as we have no doubt that this Brunch will be a sell out like last year’s was. Contact Beth at [email protected] or Kim at [email protected] or by calling and leaving a message for Beth at 613-443-0490. It is all about our Rights and Freedoms and enjoying a wonderful brunch and information with like minded people while celebrating one of our Canadian customs. The luck of the Irish to you. See you there.

Keywords: English speakers rights

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