LIVE ON LOCATION - October 29; LIVE ON-LINE - October 30 TAKING YOUR PULSE: LIVE AT THE U of S: Monday, October 29, 2012 Time: 7:00pm-9:00pm Neatby-Timlin Theatre (formerly Place Riel Theatre) 2nd Floor Arts Building, 9 Campus Drive - Room 241 University of Saskatchewan (see directions below)
LIVE ON LOCATION - October 29;
LIVE ON-LINE - October 30
TAKING YOUR PULSE: LIVE AT THE U of S:
Monday, October 29, 2012
Neatby-Timlin Theatre (formerly Place Riel Theatre)
2nd Floor Arts Building, 9 Campus Drive - Room 241
University of Saskatchewan (see directions below)Free event! All are welcome
Are you curious to find out how your opinions line up with the rest of the province? How safe do we feel in our neighbourhoods? Do newcomers feel welcome in our community? How prevalent is HIV/AIDS in Saskatchewan? Join co-hosts Costa Maragos and Jill Smith from CBC News: Saskatchewan live on the U of S campus to cast your own vote on some controversial topics, speak out on the issues and participate in a free public forum and moderated chat. Your feedback will help direct the next survey of Taking the Pulse!
- Enter campus at the College Drive and Wiggins Avenue intersection (this becomes Campus Drive)
- Follow Campus Drive to the Arts Building (9 Campus Drive).
- Enter the Arts Building from the south (one of two entrances that face the Royal University Hospital)
- Neatby-Timlin Theatre is located on the second floor - Room 241
TAKING YOUR PULSE: LIVE ON-LINE CHAT
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Free! All are welcome
Join CBC Saskatchewan's legislative reporter, Stefani Langenegger, Leader Post/Star Phoenix columnist, Murray Mandryk, and Jason Disano, Director of the Social Sciences Lab at the University of Saskatchewan for a moderated on-line chat about some of the key issues and surprise results of "Taking the Pulse". How do you feel about how we're managing the economy? Are we really welcoming to newcomers? How do we ensure sufficient investment in the health and wellbeing of our communities? Engage in the lively online discussion at cbc.ca/sask to have your opinions seen, and help determine the course of the next survey. Let us know what Saskatchewan is thinking!