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Today, June 1st, CCLET educators are in Charlottetown, PEI. This stop will be the third of six provinces during the current roadshow, in which we will teach students about their rights and develop critical thinking skills.

Our keynote speaker is CCLA’s Special Advisor on Indigenous Issues, Alain Bartleman. This followed by breakout sessions for discussion in the areas of Criminal Justice, Privacy, Surveillance and Technology, Fundamental Freedoms, and Equality.

Make sure to check back here for more photos and updates from the event.

Click here to read the Press Release.

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