The EPC 2017 National Euthanasia Symposium is fast approaching on Saturday, October 28th. The day runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Best Western Toronto Airport Carlingview Hotel (135 Carlingview Drive, Toronto ON).
Speakers include Dr. Mark Komrad, Professor & Psychiatrist, Dr. Ramona Coelho, MD, Kevin Dunn, Producer, Jen Romnes, Author, Dr. Jacqueline Abernathy, End-of-Life Policy Researcher, Amy Hasbrouck and Taylor Hyatt from Not Dead Yet, and Charles Lewis, anti-euthanasia activist and journalist.
Registration is $50 (includes lunch) or NEW: watch remotely via simulcast for $30.
Best Western Toronto Airport Carlingview Hotel: 1-800-780-7234 or 416-637-7000. Mention you are attending the Symposium to get the conference rate ($109, includes breakfast).
Join us on October 28th:
If you prefer, you can print an order form & mail it in with your payment. Click here to open & download the Euthanasia Symposium Order Form. Our mailing address is on the form.
Tel. 519-439-3348 or 1-877-439-3348
Click here to download a poster to promote your live screening event (8.5″ by 11″). It can be filled out via Adobe Acrobat Reader which is free to download.
The EPC 2016 EUTHANASIA SYMPOSIUM: Resisting Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. followed by a dinner honouring our current President and founding VP, Jean Echlin at 6 p.m. Dinner will be at the Giovanni Caboto Club (2175 Parent Ave.) in Windsor.
Symposium Registration Fee = $50 (includes lunch)
Honorary Dinner ONLY = $50
Symposium + Dinner = $90
Book your room at the Best Western PLUS Waterfront Hotel in Windsor, Ontario by calling 1-877-973-7829 or 519-973-5555.
You can also download the order form and mail your registration to: Box 25033 London ON N6C 6A8.
The DVD set of the Third International Symposium on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide is available for $30.00. This set includes presentations from Euthanasia Symposium 2013: Hope.
Order the set by e-mailing us: email@example.com or pay online by checking your choice and following PayPal’s instructions.
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