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SECOND ANNUAL ALL-DAY NATIONAL TEACH-IN

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Canadians For The Rule of Law
Charitable Registration Number: 80794 4194 RR0001


SECOND ANNUAL ALL-DAY NATIONAL TEACH-IN:
Building Respect For The Rule Of Law In a Diverse Canada

Respect for the Rule of Law in Canada is under growing threat in Canada. This second annual national Teach-In program BUILDING RESPECT FOR THE RULE OF LAW IN A DIVERSE CANADA will feature extensive, in-depth and sensitive content about how you can understand what are your rights in existing law, where political correctness puts minorities at risk, and how you can become an effective engaged citizen promoting the rights of all to protection under the rule of law in Canada.

Come expecting to hear powerful and respected speakers, meet representatives of dozens of different secular and faith-based organizations (most of whom you know little about), and participate in briefings, networking sessions, and panels about lawfare, public and private prosecutions, government relations, outing terrorists, campus free speech pledges and much more.

Teach-In highlights include:

  1. A DAY-LONG PROGRAM INCLUDING OVER THIRTY RESPECTED SPEAKERS AND PANELLISTS

  2. FORMAL (SPEECHES, PANEL SESSION) AND INFORMAL (NETWORKING, MEALS) SESSIONS, INCLUDING BREAKFAST, LUNCH, AND TWO NUTRITION BREAKS. DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED.

  3. POSE QUESTIONS AT OVER TWENTY COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION BOOTHS

  4. OPPORTUNITY TO REGISTER FOR ONE OF OUR EXISTING EIGHT VOLUNTEER RESEARCH TEAMS

  5. PRESENTATION TO 2020 NATIONAL "RESPECT FOR THE RULE OF LAW CHAMPION"

Last year's event


GET YOUR EARLY BIRD TICKETS FOR $60 BEFORE JANUARY 1, 2020!
Regular Adult Admission ticket price as of January 1st is $80



REGISTER TO JOIN ONE OF OUR VOLUNTEER RESEARCH TEAMS:
Come hear all the latest research our volunteers have uncovered. Dealing with eight Canadian priorities, you'll hear facts and responses about the umbrella threats of globalism and radical ideologies...coming from the left, Islamists and from the right. Learn how these issues impact on our daily lives and Canadian democracy. Together we can stand strong. Join us.


  1. TAKE ACTION AGAINST PROPAGATORS OF MISINFORMATION IN THE MEDIA

  2. HATE SPEECH

  3. RELIGION IN THE “PUBLIC SPACE”

  4. DISCRIMINATION IN ENFORCEMENT OF LAWS – PARTICULARLY “HATE CRIMES”

  5. TERRORISM AND PUBLIC SAFETY

  6. LAWFARE: SUCCESSFUL APPROACHES ELSEWHERE

  7. REGISTERED CHARITIES AND NON-CHARITABLE/ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES

  8. ACTIONS AGAINST BDS



Presentation of National Rule of Law Award Winner:
last year's recipient was Donald Carr


Last year's event


LOCATION:

For security reasons, registered attendees and media pass holders will only be notified about the convention hall location at 12 noon on the Thursday before the event.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Purpose: This day-long program in “teach in” format is intended to network and build an active group of volunteer social media researchers, staff, lawyers and others who are acting to support the rule of law across a spectrum of mandate areas.. We hope to excite two hundred people who will want to join our fifty existing volunteer volunteer ranks—this will involve a little training and a commitment to volunteer at least two hours a month at home to litigation and related-action research.

The Teach-In Model: One media wag calls this promising program a defence-of-free-speech/rule-of-law Woodstock!. This engaging program will focus on what can be done and what should/must be done – a definite, positive call to specific actions on eight priority topic areas. The conference will not be yet another opportunity to tell the audience (frequently the same people) what is happening in our world. There will be booths, speakers, food, techniques training, networking opportunities, and in-depth sensitive and security-topic information that you’ve literally never seen or heard of before.

Venue: A major conference event centre in Toronto -- venue to be announced to registered attendees and media pass holders at 12 noon on the Thursday before the event. The conference venue -- larger than last year's-- is best reached by private automobile, has ample free parking, and is located within a twenty minute drive of Lawrence and Bathurst Streets.


Tickets: Must Be Pre-ordered in Advance. No sales at the Door


TEACH-IN OPERATING PRINCIPLES:

1. An open invitation to learn about how you can, after vetting and training, join an action and research team in order to make a difference to issues like hate speech, free speech, and rule of law in Canada.

2. Empower you through training, awareness of the law, and networking.

3. Tickets include kosher breakfast, lunch and two health breaks as well as a Rule of Law Action Monograph.

4. Booths will be available to other community-based groups whose goals mirror those of CFTRL.

5. Registrants can attend six tracks: Academic, Lawfare, Government, Media, Religion and Advocacy.


*TICKET INCLUDES:

■ Breakfast

■ Lunch

■ Two health breaks

■ A Rule of Law Action Monograph

■ Partial charitable tax receipt on four kinds of tickets (Gold, Silver, Bronze and Supporter)

*(Kashruth will be observed)


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CONDITIONS OF SALE:
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR TICKET HOLDERS

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1. It is your responsibility as a condition of admission and/or any readmission to bring and present not only your ticket but also a valid photo identification issued for the specific name of the ticket-holder.

2. Allow at least 15-40 minutes time for an inspection of your identification, and your person and carry-ins, including wanding by security professionals.

3. Prior to the event, for security reasons, the organizers in consultation with the police and private security have the unreserved right to refund your ticket. You will be asked by security to leave the program if you threaten other participants, or the proceedings, or otherwise compromise the safety of others. In the unlikely event of any disturbance, patrons are not to get involved, there will be experienced security personnel to deal with this.

4. You will be notified of the venue by email on Friday April 17th, and again the next day, to the email address you provide on registration.

5. You will receive a detailed Program which is yours to keep.

6. Request for refunds made over five days in advance of the event will be honoured in full.



MEDIA PARTNERS:
Mantua Books


Charitable Registration Number: 80794 4194 RR0001

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