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On May 6th The LAC Forum on Canadian Democracy launched the Political Junkie Café Series. The We'll Always have Paris café jumped into the issues raised by the new exhibition Subject or Citizen: Treaty of Paris, 1783. Our guests were Mike Eamon, Canadian curator of Subject or Citizen: Treaty of Paris 1783 exhibition, Dr. Jason Bristow, Canada West Foundation, and moderator Jeff Davis of Embassy Newspaper. Speakers shared their thoughts on Canada-US relations, and an engaged audience kept them on their toes with questions, ideas, and opinions. It is not too late to be a part of We'll Always have Paris! The café was recorded and can be heard, watched and discussed on-line.
Library and Archives Canada: Political Junkie Café May 6, 2008
Welcome, everybody, to the very first Political Junkie Café, first of many, a new initiative here at LAC. We have a very wonderful evening in which to launch this new series, with the opening of the Treaty of Paris exhibition, and many distinguished guests with us this evening. Read more
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