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Public Record - The Trudeau Era (Part 5 of 5)

York University plays host to the conference “The Trudeau Era: Culture, Media, and Politics,” Toronto, Ont., October 23, 1998.

In this session, panellists discuss the ways in which the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms contributed to the social movements of the eighties. Participants include Judy Rebick (a journalist and social activist), Marjorie Cohen (an economist at Simon Fraser University), Doris Anderson (the chair of the Press Council of Ontario), and Mary Eberts (a lawyer with Eberts, Symes, Street & Corbett).

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