EVENTS

Students For Liberty Canadian Regional Conference

Start Saturday, November 16, 2013 9:00 AM

End Saturday, November 16, 2013 8:00 PM

FEE President Lawrence Reed is a keynote speaker at the first ever Students For Liberty Canadian Regional Conference at the University of Toronto on Saturday, November 16th. The student movement for liberty has seen incredible growth lately, especially in Canada. This conference will for the first time bring together young activists from all over the region for an incredible event.

By attending the conference, you will hear from top speakers in the libertarian movement, network with other pro-liberty students, discover countless opportunities for jobs, internships, conferences and seminars, and have a lot of fun with other students. This day-long event will feature tremendous speakers, panels, and breakout sessions on the ideas behind a free society and the actions necessary to implement them.


FEE's Donor Relations Coordinator, Cameron Sorsby, will be tabling the event. Stop by to meet Cameron, learn more about our programs, and to pick up reading materials.

This event is free.

Location

University of Toronto, St. Michael’s College- Muzzo Alumni Hall

121 St. Joseph Street

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Event Contact

David Clement, Students for Liberty

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