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[OPIRG-EVENTS] This Friday's documentary film screening on the Gulf War Syndrome is the kick-off event for the Nowhere to Run, Nowhere to Hide From Pollution: Advocates, Patients and Medical Practitioner's Conference

Reminder about the World Premiere Screening of Alison Johnson's telling new

Gulf War Syndrome Aftermath of a Toxic Battlefield

this Friday November 17, at the Main Branch of the Ottawa Public Library.
Panel discussion follows the screening.

Come early and meet the panellists:  Panellists: Alison Johnson, Film
Producer, Dr. Gloria Gilbert, Author, Dr. Gunnar Heuser, consultant,
Response Team for The Chemically Injured, Kenneth Fernandez, Political
Consultant; Louise Richard, Gulf War Veteran and Advocate

Panellists will be available to meet the public prior to the screening and
Alison Johnson will be signing her books and videos (6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.)

Book and Video Signing - 6:30 p.m.
Film Screening - 7:30 p.m.
Location: Ottawa Public Library -Main Branch 120 Metcalfe @ Laurier
Admission is a Suggested Donation:  $12,  $7 students, $ 5 unwaged/disabled

Presented by the Environmental Illness Society of Canada/ La société
canadienne pour les sensibilités environnementales.   Tel: (613) 728-9493
Web: www.eisc.ca

This documentary screening is the kick-off event for the Nowhere to Run,
Nowhere to Hide From Pollution Advocates, Patients and Medcial
Practitioner's Conference at the RMOC, 111 Lisgar at Elgin St., this
Saturday and Sunday, November 18-19, 9:00-5:00 pm. Registration fee: $50
includes handouts and snacks.  Conference is a Scented-Free Venue.

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