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Current Events Discussion

**Full with waitlist**

  
Ron Foyer  David Elliott

Participants discuss national, local and international** current events.  We aim to provide a place where people can explore ideas and express points of view in an educated and non-confrontational way.

The format of the meetings can be either:

  •  a one-hour detailed exploration of a topic, led by a group member or members, with the second hour a facilitator-led discussion on various current topics, or
  • a two hour “bring your own topic” session where various members give introductions on very current topics and then lead short discussions of them.

Subject matter is wide ranging. In 2021 we discussed Facebook and its plans to change, the Federal and Municipal elections, the COP26 conference in Glasgow, and other topics.  We hope sessions are fun, and a great opportunity for some intellectual stimulation, together with socializing with interesting people from a variety of backgrounds.

 When:2nd and 4th Thursday of each month
 Time:1:00 - 3:00 PM
 Dates: Dec 8, 2022;  Jan 12, 26; Feb 9, 23; March 9, 23; April 13, 27; May 11, 25; June 8, 22, 2023
 Where:cSpace  Room 310,  1721 - 29th Ave S.W.
 Facilitators:David Elliott, Ron Foyer

To join the waitlist or for more information, please contact the facilitator at the register button below.

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New members and drop ins are welcome (you must be a member of CALL).

*Before you register, you must be a member of CALL.

** If you are interested mostly in international events, see the World Events Discussion Groups on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays or Fridays.

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