[ensu] ENVIROFLASH: Free seminar for students in Toronto

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  • To: ENSU Listserv <ensu@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 8 Nov 2004 22:03:10 -0500 (EST)

Environmental Students' Union
University of Toronto

Dear Sir or Madam,

I am pleased to announce the Fraser Institute?s upcoming student seminar in 
Toronto. The free one-day event is being held at the Sheraton Centre Toronto 
Hotel on Saturday, November 13, 2004. 

Since 1988, these programs have encouraged thousands of students to explore 
public policy issues through presentations and facilitated discussion groups. 
Students bring with them a variety of viewpoints that add to the lively 
discussion and debate throughout the day. Students also use the time to 
network, interacting with Fraser Institute staff, the speakers, and their 
peers. Full program details are available here: 
www.fraserinstitute.ca/studentcentre/seminar.asp. A package of flyers has also 
been sent to your office and should arrive shortly. 

In addition to the outstanding program that is outlined on the flyer, I am 
pleased to announce a very special guest speaker: Dr. Vaclav Klaus, President 
of the Czech Republic. 2004 marks the 15th Anniversary of the fall of the 
Berlin Wall, signalling the beginning of the race toward capitalism in the 
former Soviet Union, and the countries in the Soviet Bloc. The people who 
brought about this transition are amongst the most courageous people in 
history, and one such person is Dr. Klaus. In addition to speaking at Fraser 
Institute Round Table Luncheons in Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto, Dr. Klaus 
has agreed to give a presentation at the Toronto student seminar. This is an 
event not to be missed!

Thanks to the sponsorship of the W. Garfield Weston Foundation, the seminar is 
free, including lunch. Students at the seminar can win door prizes, and will 
receive a complimentary one-year subscription to Fraser Forum, the Fraser 
Institute?s monthly journal of public policy ($100 value). 


Vanessa Schneider
Co-ordinator of Student Programs
The Fraser Institute


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