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calling all Fredericton Rebelles!

September 11, 2008

The following information was made available through the PAR-L email list.

The New Brunswick Rebelles will be holding information sessions in Fredericton for young women between the ages of 14 and 35.

Come find out about the upcoming Pan-Canadian Young Feminist Gathering in Montreal and how you can attend – and why you should! These are informal info sessions that will encompass the why and how of the conference, and outline some of our fundraising efforts. Questions and ideas are encouraged, and everyone is welcome. Bring a friend!

afternoon session
Wednesday, September 17
12 pm (noon)
UNBF Women’s Centre (in the SUB)

evening session
Wednesday, September 17
6 pm
Renaissance College (811 Charlotte Street)

evening session
Thursday, September 18
6 pm
UNBF Women’s Centre (in the SUB)

Email for more information about these information sessions, or to RSVP.

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external website iconNB Rebelles blog
“The New Brunswick Rebelles have chartered a bus for 49 young women to travel to the Montreal Waves of Resistance/Toujours Rebelles conference!”

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Curious about the Pan-Canadian Young Feminist Gathering Waves of Resistance, but can’t make it to Fredericton? Visit the event website. Waves of Resistance will be held October 11–13, 2008, at Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM).

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PAR-L is a bilingual (English/French) list open to any individual or organization interested in discussing policy, action, and research on issues of concern to women in Canada.


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