Federal Election Debate Livestream at Holy Spirit, Barrie

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Holy Spirit Parish

650 Essa Road

Barrie, ON L4N 9E6

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Federal Election Debate Livestream (Viewing Party) in BARRIE

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Thanks to an overwhelming response, tickets for the Federal Election Debate from a Catholic Perspective are sold out. In an effort to bring more interested Catholics together to participate in this important evening, four parishes in the Archdiocese of Toronto are opening their halls for LIVE viewing parties in Barrie, Brampton, North York and Oshawa.

If you are in the Simcoe County area, please join us at Holy Spirit Parish in Barrie, as we hear candidates from the major political parties debate issues of importance to Catholics live from the John Bassett Theatre in Toronto. The debate will be moderated by veteran political journalist, Don Newman. The evening will also include reflections and prayer offered by Cardinal Thomas Collins, Archbishop of Toronto.

Issues to be debated include: respectful political participation; immigration/refugees; life issues; religious freedom; the environment; and poverty. Questions to the candidates will be posed by members of Catholic organizations, so their inspiring work can be highlighted throughout the evening. Learn more at www.archtoronto.org/election

Additional Information & Expectations:

  • Viewing party tickets are general admission.
  • Doors open at 6:45 p.m. Please be in your seats by 7:15 p.m.
  • All tickets must have a name associated to them. Please ensure you bring your ticket with you to the livestream location.
  • No signs, placards or banners are permitted at the livestream location.
  • We ask that all guests respect the views of our political candidates and conduct themselves accordingly. Disruptive behaviour will not be tolerated.

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Holy Spirit Parish

650 Essa Road

Barrie, ON L4N 9E6

Canada

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