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Interview - Preston Manning Print E-mail

Interview with Calgary Congress Speaker
PRESTON MANNING


Preston ManningOn the weekend of September 29, Calgary will play host to a remarkable national event called the Calgary Congress. It’s a special assembly open to the public to debate and resolve better federal principles for governing Canada.

Danielle SmithCalgary Congress co-chair Danielle Smith recently interviewed Congress speaker Preston Manning about how to limit federal spending in areas of provincial responsibility.

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Backgrounder Print E-mail

29 September to 1 October, 2006
Westin Hotel, 320 4th Avenue SW , Calgary

Backgrounder
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Purpose and protocols of the Calgary Congress

The Calgary Congress is a unique, one-time public assembly of policy experts and concerned citizens to discuss, debate and resolve the major constitutional challenges facing Canada in the 21 st century.

The Congress has been organized by the Edmonton-based Citizens Centre for Freedom and Democracy, which advocates responsible federal government. Attendance at the Calgary Congress is open to any registrant wishing to promote substantial federal reform.
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Agenda - The Calgary Congress Print E-mail

CALGARY CONGRESS AGENDA

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Resolutions Print E-mail

Calgary Congress Statement and Resolutions


Below are the resolutions and statement approved by the Calgary Congress.  
 
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Interview - Tasha Kheiriddin Print E-mail

Interview with Calgary Congress Speaker
TASHA KHEIRIDDIN


On the weekend of September 29, Calgary will play host to a remarkable national event called the Calgary Congress. It’s a special assembly open to the public to debate and resolve better federal principles for governing Canada.

Tasha KheiriddinAmong the roster of nationally noted experts who will assist the deliberations of the Congress is Tasha Kheiriddin, vice-president of the Montreal Economic Institute. She will explain why Ottawa’s social and economic policies, far from uniting Canada, actually ignited the Quebec separatist movement and continue to add fuel to its fire.Danielle Smith

She was recently interviewed by Calgary Congress co-chair Danielle Smith.

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Interview - Ted Morton Print E-mail

Interview with Calgary Congress Speaker
TED MORTON


On the weekend of September 29, Calgary will play host to a remarkable national event called the Calgary Congress. It’s a special assembly open to the public to debate and resolve better federal principles for governing Canada.

Ted MortonPolitical Science professor Ted Morton will speak to the Congress about how to close the widening gulf between the Canadian judiciary and the Canadian people. Dr. Morton is a University of Calgary constitutional scholar and author, MLA for the Alberta riding of Foothills-Rocky View, and currently a candidate for leadership of the Alberta Progressive Conservatives.

Danielle SmithHe was interviewed recently on constitutional matters by Calgary Congress co-chair Danielle Smith.

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Interview - Leon Craig Print E-mail

Interview with Calgary Congress Speaker
LEON CRAIG


Ted MortonOn the weekend of September 29, Calgary will play host to a remarkable national event called the Calgary Congress. It’s a special assembly open to the public to debate and resolve better federal principles for governing Canada.

Though all other speakers at the Congress are firmly federalist, University of Alberta political philosophy professor emeritus Leon Craig will argue the case for Alberta independence. On two valid opinion polls within the past year, over 40% of Albertans expressed interest in (though not necessarily commitment to) separation. Dr. Craig will present economic, cultural and political reasons for Alberta -- and perhaps other western provinces -- to exercise their constitutional right to secede from the Canadian federation.Danielle Smith

He was interviewed recently on this subject by Calgary Congress co-chair Danielle Smith. 

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