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Sunil Angrish

Sunil Angrish

Coordinator at the Hamilton Centre for Teaching Peace.

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Tenant Rights 101 With Meaghan Ross from the Housing Help Centre


Most of us have been/will be/are tenants at some point in our life, but most of us dont know what our rights are.

This workshop provides information on the legal rights of tenants and how to navigate the system in order to advocate for those rights.

Come and learn about the basics of being a tenant, and bring any questions you have! Free!

Part of Edu-macation Mondays, Sponsored by the Hamilton Centre for Teaching Peace

More info?
Facebook event page: www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=170240449705906
Edumacation Mondays: www.edumacation.ca
HHC website: www.housinghelpcentre.ca

Presented as part of The Hamilton Centre for Teaching Peace's new Edu-macation Mondays!

5pm - As part of Hamilton FreeSkool's Sharing Our Perspectives Series: Please attend our special presentation by Jim Quinn. We're fortunate to have Jim to offer us a timely perspective on what it means to be an activist, if and how activism has changed in his life, and how it is important today. As we approach the anniversary of the G20 2010, such questions bear discussion.

6pm - Screening of (CBC's Fifth Estate) You Should Have Stayed at Home

7:30pm - Screening of (Press for Truth) Into the Fire

A casual discussion follows each screening. Free

At the Sky Dragon Centre - 27 King William street, Hamilton.

More info? Visit: www.edumacation.ca

Centre opens at 4:30pm. Drinks and snacks sold, kitchen is closed.

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