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[OPIRG-EVENTS] Steven Staples: Global Cops - Oct 5th in Ottawa.

From: Steven Staples <sstaples@canadians.org>
Subject: Global Cops - Oct 5th in Ottawa.
Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2001 14:50:43 -0400
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Global Cops 
The Corporate Security State's Assault on Democracy

October 5, 2001
Ottawa Canada
St. Joseph's Parish
151 Laurier Avenue East

Global Cops - The Corporate Security State's Assault on Democracy
October 5, 2001

After each panel there will be follow-up workshops (one hour each) for
participants to further discuss the issue.
Co-Chairs Mel Watkins, Science for Peace and Arciris Garay, Campaign for
Nuclear Phaseout

9:00 am The Military Enforcer of the Free Market
Tony Clarke, Polaris Institute
Steve Staples, The Council of Canadians and the International Network on
Disarmament and Globalization
Diana Johnstone, Researcher and author

10:00 am Corporate Economic Warfare
Maude Barlow, The Council of Canadians
Chief Art Manuel, Shuswap Nation Tribal Council
Jerry Mander, International Forum on Globalization

11:00 am Private wars: Defending Corporate Interests
Emmanuel Rozental-Klinger, The Canada Columbia Solidarity Campaign
Owens Wiwa, AFRIDA

1:00 pm Subversion of Popular Movements
Aziz Choudry, GATT Watchdog

2:00 pm The Criminalization of Dissent
Lyndsay Poaps, Check Your Head
Jaggi Singh, Researcher and Activist

3:00 pm NATO: The World Police & the Global War System
James Bissett, Former Ambassador to Yugoslavia
Senator Doug Roche, Author and Former Ambassador to Disarmament
Jillian Skeet, End the Arms Race

4:00 pm Master of Space with a Nuclear Fist
Karl Grossman, Author of Weapons in Space, Investigative reporter
Alice Slater, Global Resources Action Center on the Environment
Andrew Lichterman, Western States Legal Foundation

Evening Panel 7:00 pm
The Corporate Security State
Maude Barlow, The Council of Canadians
Jean-Claude Parrot, Canadian Labour Congress
Bruce Gagnon, Global Network Against Weapons in Space

Saturday morning (Round table 9:00 am to 12:00 noon)
Strategy for a historic era: the Global Democracy Movement
Tony Clarke, Polaris Institute (Chair)

This is an historical moment
Building the movement for the long-term
Protecting ourselves from corporate state violence--protecting human and
social rights, and the environment; creating economics for people; and a
time to end war.

Sponsors: End the Arms Race, GRACE (Global Resource Action Center on the
Environment, The Council of Canadians, The International Forum on
Globalization, Veterans Against Nuclear Arms, Coalition to Oppose the Arms
Trade, Canadian Labour Congress, Ottawa and District Labour Council,
Canadian Union of Public Employees, National Union of Public and General
Employees, Canadian Auto Workers, Ontario-PIRG Ottawa, Canadian Union of
Postal Workers, Canadian Voice of Women, Women's International League for
Peace and Freedom-Canada, Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in
Space, Abolition 2000 Military Industrial Working Group, Science for Peace,
and International Network On Disarmament and Globalization, International
Peace Bureau.



Global Cops
The Corporate Security State's Assault on Democracy

October 5, 2001
Ottawa Canada
St. Joseph's Parish
151 Laurier Avenue East

Sliding scale for the full day $20 to $60
Evening panel only $5
Subsidies available
Early Registration closes October 1, 2001

Please register me for Global Cops: The Corporate Security State's Assault
on Democracy to be held October 5, 2001 in Ottawa Canada:

First Name :
Last Name:
Postal/Zip Code:
Phone Number :
Fax Number :
Email Address :
Registration Fee :
 Fee Amount:

You can submit your registration by email then mail your your registration
fee to:

End the Arms Race
405 - 825 Granville Street
Vancouver BC V6Z 1K9
toll free 1.866.559.5527
fax 604.687.3277
phone 604.687.3223

Or, fax your registration with the above information to 604.687-3277


Ottawa Tourism and Convention Authority
* About Ottawa
* How to get Here
* Where to Stay
* Where to Dine

The Lord Elgin Hotel
Location, Location, Location ...
A fine old hotel in the heart of the city's downtown core

100 Elgin Street (corner of Laurier Ave W.)
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1P 5K8
Phone: (613) 235-3333
Fax: (613) 235-3223
E-Mail: reservations@lordelginhotel.ca
Toll Free in Canada and the US: 1-800-267-4298

Single room $105 per night Canadian
Double $120 per night Canadian

Albert House Inn
Whether your trip is for business or pleasure, Albert House Inn is perfect
for any visit to the Ottawa area: located in the heart of downtown, a short
walk to Parliament, business, shopping, dining and entertainment, beautiful
Victorian era (1875) building, cozy lounge with fireplace, 17 elegant guest
rooms all ensuite

Room Rates are from $88.00 up to $175.00 per night.
Making a Reservation

You can call toll free at 1-800-267-1982, fax (613) 236-4479, email us at
contact@albertinn.com or write to us at the address below. During busy times
of the year it is always best to telephone us. Email inquiries are answered
as soon as possible. Please feel free to call us toll free for information.
Our office is open from 7am to midnight Monday to Friday and 8am to midnight
on weekends and holidays.

When making a booking you will be asked to guarantee your reservation with a
major credit card and to provide your estimated arrival time. All guests
must register before our office closes at midnight.

Open year round for travellers of any age!

75 Nicholas Street,
Ottawa, Ontario
K1N 7B9 Canada
Phone (613) 235-2595 Fax (613) 235-9202
E-mail: info@hostellingintl.on.ca

Dorm - Members: $18/night CDN plus tax.
Dorm - Non-Members: $22/night CDN plus tax.
Private/Family Rooms - Members: $47.00/night CDN plus tax.
Private/Family Rooms - Non-Members: $51.00/night CDN plus tax.

Sheets are extra: $2.50 CDN. (We do not permit sleeping bags)

Front Desk is Open:
April to September: 24 hrs.
October to March: 7:00 am to 1:00 am
Grade: Standard

Novotel Ottawa Hotel

Novotel Ottawa is located in the heart of downtown, just a 5 minute walk to
most major tourist attractions such as the Byward Market, the Rideau Canal,
Parliament Hill and the National Gallery. Novotel`s café is in the Albion,
Ottawa`s oldest hotel. The Albion has a hospitality record dating back over
150 years. At Novotel, you`ll feel like you`ve arrived home.

Single/Double Rooms $179

Email: ottmail@aol.com
Address: 33 Nicholas Street,
Ottawa, Ontario,
Canada K1N 9M7
Telephone: (613) 230-3033
Facsimile: (613) 230-7865

Quality Hotel

Ideally located within walking distance to most major attractions including:
By Ward Market, Parliament Hill, Rideau Centre, Rideau Canal and more! Ask
about our special offers at some of Ottawa`s most popular attractions! For
reservations call 1-800-228-5151 (CAN/USA)

Single $105
Double $115

Address: 290 Rideau Street,
Ottawa, Ontario,
Canada K1N 5Y3
Telephone: (613) 789-7511
Facsimile: (613) 789-2434

Steven Staples
Issue Campaigns Coordinator
The Council of Canadians
502-151 Slater Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5H3 
t. (613) 233-4487 ext. 235
f. (613) 233-6776
e. sstaples@canadians.org

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