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About The Pearson Centre for


Progressive Policy
The Pearson Centre for Progressive Policy is
Canadas forum for thoughtful, liberal-minded
debate and dialogue.

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($56.50 WITH HST ) STUDENTS ONLY

Our objective is to help Canadians, through


substantive, evidenced-based dialogue, foster
policy that balances economic success and social
responsibility.

MASTERCARD

Irwin Cotler has been a Canadian and international


leader on the advancement of justice and human
rights for over four decades.
He was elected to Parliament in 1999 and served
as Minister of Justice and Attorney General from
2003 to 2005. His advice and support have been
sought the world over.
He is a Canadian leader on issues of diversity and
inclusion in our constantly evolving society.

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EMAIL: GGLADSTONE @ THEPEARSONCENTRE.CA
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POST: PEARSON CENTRE, 34 ADELAIDE ST.
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The Hon. Irwin Cotler

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Pursuing Justice

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A PEARSON CENTRE SIGNATURE EVENT

FURTHER INFORMATION
Andrew Cardozo, President
acardozo@thePearsonCentre.ca
613-295-1260
Gary Gladstone, Director, Outreach
ggladstone@thePearsonCentre.ca
416-830-4313
34 Adelaide St. Ottawa, ON, K1S 3S1
www.thepearsoncentre.ca
The Pearson Centre for Progressive Policy is a registered
Not-For-Profit, HST #82476 5846 RT0001

Internationally Recognized Human Rights


Advocate, Former Parliamentarian and
Justice Minister

MARCH 31 | KING EDWARD HOTEL, TORONTO

Former prime ministers, premiers, current and former


ministers, MPs, MPPs and the committee invite you to the
launch of the Pursuing Justice Project with Irwin Cotler.
Honorary Chairs

Rt. Hon. John


Turner

Welcome By

Co-Chairs

Rt. Hon. Kim


Campbell

Rt. Hon. Paul


Martin

Monte
Kwinter, MPP

Sandra
Pupatello

Hon. Madeleine
Meilleur, MPP

HONORARY COMMITTEE
Hon. Jean Augustine, CM
Hon. Lloyd Axworthy, CC
His Excellency Rafael Barak
David Caplan
Olivia Chow
Hon. Sheila Copps, OC
Hon. Ken Dryden, OC
Anthony Housefather, MP
Michael Ignatieff

Hon. Peter Kent, MP


Michael Levitt, MP
Hon. Margaret McCain, CC, ONB
Hon. Dalton McGuinty
Hon. Roy McMurtry, ON OOn
Marco Mendicino, MP
Hon. Reza Moridi, MPP
Hon. Landon Pearson, OC
Sen. Nancy Ruth, CM

Hon. Yasir Naqvi, MPP


Rob Oliphant, MP
Hon. Bob Rae, PC, CC, OOnt, QC
Hon. Judy Sgro, MP
Hon. Murray Sinclair
Francesco Sorbara, MP
Hon. Gerry Weiner
Hon. David Zimmer, MPP

Dont miss the launch of the


Pearson Centres
Pursuing Justice Project.
March 31st, 2016
King Edward Hotel
37 King Street East, Toronto
5:30 Reception (Cocktails & Food Stations)
7:30 Dialogue on Pursuing Justice
8:30 Dessert Reception

$300 ($339 with HST)

cocktails, dialogue & dessert reception

$50 ($56.50 with HST)

dialogue & dessert reception (students only)


Please enquire about sponsorship oppportunities.

EVENT COMMITTEE
Tom Allison
Gail Asper, OC, OM
Natasha Bronfman
Howard Brown
Helen Burstyn
Charles S. Coffey, OC
Nancy Coldham
Mary Cornish
Patrick Dillon
Debbie Douglas
Ranjit Singh Dulai
Hershell Ezrin

Bernie Farber
Shimon Fogel
Nikki Holland
Kathryn Kotris
Daphne Lobo
Colin Lynch
Sylvia Maracle
Norman May
Jacqueline Menezes
Dr. Karen Mock
David C. Nahwegahbow
James C. Morton

Joel Reitman
Moshe Ronen
Les Scheininger
Sharon Sholzberg-Gray
Jack Siegel
Sushil Tailor
Larry Tanenbaum, OC
Luong Tran
Meagan Trush
Marcel Wieder

FURTHER INFORMATION

Andrew Cardozo, President


acardozo@thePearsonCentre.ca
613-295-1260

Gary Gladstone, Director, Outreach


ggladstone@thePearsonCentre.ca
416-830-4313

The Pursuing Justice Project will focus on advancing


justice, diversity and inclusion, key underpinnings
of a peaceful and successful country. Canadian
society is built on diversity; our national challenge
is to find opportunities and overcome challenges
inherent in that diversity.
The program will include seminars, roundtables,
research and reports on key issues. The Centre will
also work with other partners and support other
initiatives that advance these goals, in the larger
goal of building a stronger and more equal Canada.