The War in Syria, Debunking Lies and Fake News: Eva Bartlett’s Canada Tour

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We are very pleased to inform you that the Canadian Peace Congress and the Syria Solidarity Movement are co-sponsoring this speaking tour featuring Eva Bartlett, the courageous independent Canadian journalist who has been exposing the lies and misinformation spread by Western imperialist governments and the mainstream corporate-controlled media about the ongoing conflict in Syria. 

The speaking tour itself will bring Eva, along with anti-war activist Ken Stone and author Stephen Gowans among others, to Hamilton, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal from Jan. 24-28.

Author Mark Taliano will be present at the Hamilton event, Michel Chossudovsky of Global Research and Yves Engler will be present at the Montreal event. 

Eva Bartlett is an independent Canadian journalist from Fergus, Ontario, who has visited Syria and covered the war there on six separate occasions since 2014, including two months in summer 2016 and one month at the end of 2016. She writes for and speaks on different media outlets but always maintains her blog, In Gaza, which she started some years ago while living for a period of three years in Gaza.

Hamilton will be the first stop on Bartlett’s Central Canadian tour, organized by the Syria Solidarity Movement (Canada), the Canadian Peace Congress, and the HCSW.  The other cities are Toronto (January 25), Ottawa (January 27), and Montreal (January 28). The tour is entitled

“The War on Syria: debunking lies and fake news…and finding a path to peace” and is intended to help Canadians clear up any confusion they may have about what actually transpired during the liberation of Aleppo, in particular, and during the past five years in Syria, in general.

The link to the Facebook events page for the whole tour can be found at: 

Eva’s first talk in Hamilton will take place at 7 pm at New Vision United Church, 24 Main Street West, Hamilton L8P 1H2, across from Hamilton City Hall, on Tuesday, January 24.

Her second talk will take place at 12:30 pm at McMaster University’s Student Centre, Room 313, on Wednesday, January 25. There will be free admission to both events, which are both wheelchair accessible.  The McMaster event is co-sponsored by OPIRG McMaster, McMaster Muslims for Peace and Justice, McMaster Womanists, and the Young Communist League.

Here are the details of the various events during the tour:

January 24: HAMILTON
TIME: 7:00 pm
LOCATION: New Vision United Church, 24 Main West

January 25: HAMILTON
TIME: 12:30 pm
LOCATION: McMaster Student Centre, Rm. #313

January 25: TORONTO
TIME: 7:00 pm
LOCATION: USW (Steelworkers) Hall, 25 Cecil St.

January 27: OTTAWA
TIME: 7:30 pm
LOCATION: U of Ottawa, Fauteux Hall, room #147 – Moot Court, 57 Louis Pasteur.

January 28: MONTREAL
TIME: 4:00 pm
LOCATION: Delta hotel, 475 President Kennedy, Salon OPUS 2

February 2: WINNIPEG
TIME: 7:00 pm
LOCATION: Carol Shields Auditorium, Millenium Library (Downtown), 251 Donald Street

February 3: REGINA
TIME: 7:00 pm
LOCATION: Knox Metropolitan Church, Lower Hall, 2340 Victoria Ave.

To consult Eva Bartlett’s Global Research Articles, click here

For further info, please contact Ken Stone at 905-383-7693 or [email protected]

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