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Subject: 1996 Edmonton Weekend Seminar & Banquet

Rebuilding our Country! Reclaiming our Heritage!

The 1996 Edmonton Weekend Seminar & Banquet
October 18-19
Theme: The Minimum Price Of National Unity

at the 

Coast Terrace Inn, 
4440 Calgary Trail North, 
Edmonton Alberta, Ph:
403-437-6010, toll-free 1-800-663-1144
Special Discount to Third Option Conference Attendees.

Sponsored by the "Third Option" for National Unity Committee AND
Ron Gostick's Canadian Intelligence Service 55-8th Ave. S.E., High River,
Alberta T1V 1E8

Weekend Program:

Friday Evening - Social Evening  (Palm Room)
Saturday A.M. - Literature Display, Opening remarks by i
                Alberta Director Eric Boswell, 
                Lecture by Eileen Pressler, Re:The Turning of the Tide
                Lecture by Jean Pierre Richard (of the Michael Journal) 
                Re: A few Observations and comments to my friends
                P.M.   Reports from "Third Option" Activists
                Remarks from Chairman Ron Gostick

Note: The Edmonton Weekend is not a public gathering or seminar. It is a
private function for our supporters, whom we urge to attend and bring a
friend or family member - perhaps if possible, a young family member or friend.
The above program may be slightly amended in its final draft.
Sunday Morning, Oct. 20, from 9:30-11:00 A.M., we'll have a session for
"Third Option" activists to discuss projects for the coming year.


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