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Harris legacy event to focus on historical perspective

News Release ********************* NORTH BAY (September 22, 2014) – Catherine Murton Stoehr of Nipissing University’s History Department will be hosting an educational event this Saturday at the Harris Learning Library “The Mike Har
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News Release

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NORTH BAY (September 22, 2014) – Catherine Murton Stoehr of Nipissing University’s History Department will be hosting an educational event this Saturday at the Harris Learning Library “The Mike Harris Legacy” a Public Talk in Three Parts.

The event will be a public talk and presentation which will include insight from three speakers who have specialized knowledge of some aspect of the common sense revolution and its effects on the province.

“From a historical point-of-view, it is time to start pulling at the strings of the social, economic and
political changes that the Harris government enacted so that we can put together a picture of its scale,
nature and implications,” says Nipissing University history professor Dr. Catherine Murton Stoehr.

WHAT: A Public Talk in Three Parts: The Mike Harris Legacy

WHO: John Stapleton, Ontario Social Assistance Policy Analyst, Neil Munro, former OSSTF President,
District 4 Near North Board and Maurice Switzer, First Nations Public Education Consultant.

WHERE: Thomson Reading Room in the Harris Learning Library, Nipissing/Canadore Campus

WHEN: Saturday, September 27, 2014 3:30-5:00 pm

CHILDREN ARE WELCOME (AND THEY DON’T HAVE TO BE QUIET!)

Visitor parking is available facing the library entrance. Refreshments will be served.




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