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Join Dennis Prager at a Canadian civil liberties town hall next week!

Dennis Prager and PragerU presenter Amala Ekpunobi will be discussing Canada’s lockdowns; Trudeau’s shocking invocation of the Emergencies Act; cancel culture and censorship; and the partisanship of the media.

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Dennis Prager — the accomplished broadcaster, author, scholar, and founder of PragerU — is speaking about Canadian civil liberties next Wednesday, March 16. 

And you’re invited!

Prager will be speaking at The Democracy Fund’s next town hall event. These town halls are great and they always sell out, so get your tickets now.

If you’re in the Greater Toronto Area, we meet at a gorgeous event theatre. Prager himself will appear by video link, on a huge, 50-foot LED screen on stage.

He’ll also be joined by PragerU rising star Amala Ekpunobi.

And the whole thing will be moderated by our friend Dr. Julie Ponesse, the pandemic ethics scholar of The Democracy Fund, who will be on stage. I’ll be there too, to give my thoughts on civil liberties in Canada.

If you can’t make it in person, we’ve got you covered — you can still watch the whole event live on Zoom.

Just click here to get your tickets, either for the in-person event or the Zoom link!

There are so many things to talk about — Canada’s lockdowns; Trudeau’s shocking invocation of the Emergencies Act; cancel culture and censorship; and the partisanship of the media. We’ll cover it all!

The Democracy Fund’s town hall series is amazing. Tucker Carlson, Glenn Beck, John Stossel and now Dennis Prager — you really don’t want to miss this special evening!

Don’t miss one of the leading public intellectuals and his reflections on Canada. Click here now to get your tickets!

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An Evening with PragerU's Dennis Prager and Amala Ekpunobi

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