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Feature Article - June 14, 2007

Integrate this: film night about Canada/Us integration

Groups like the Council of Canadians have been sounding the alarm bells in recent times over a series of initiatives and high level meetings between Canadian, US, and Mexican Officials, which are aimed at building the NAFTA trade agreement into a so-called Security and Prosperity Partnership.

According to Michelle Dorey of the Kingston Chapter of the Council of Canadians, border security measures, for example, that are coming into force are as much about access to oil and water resources in borderless North American markets as they are about anti-terrorism.

Legalese_07-34Next Wednesday (June 20) in Kingston, at The Screening Room, 120 Princess Street, the Council of Canadians will be showing the movie “Hoodwinked: the Myth of Free Trade”, a review of the effects of free trade featuring David Orchard, Rt. Hon. John Turner, Stephen Clarkson, Shadia Drury, Peter Urmetzser, and Jim Stanford. There will also be a talk and question session. The cost is $8 and the event starts at 7:00 pm

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