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4 Thought-Provoking Events in June

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RIGHT TO HOUSING CONFERENCE
June 5–6: The coalition on Housing and Homelessness educates on housing insecurity and shows how you can play a role in this human right. The two-day event showcases keynote speaker Michael Shapcott, an academic and founding member of the National Housing and Homelessness Network, on housing security related issues. (Stanley Milner Library)

NEXTGEN MONTH KICK OFF EVENT
June 8: Young professionals and creative types get their own month in Edmonton. If that’s you, then follow this kickoff and subsequent events to network with your likeminded peers. (Iconoclast Koffiehuis 11807B 105 Ave.)

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Timothy Caulfield, author and speaker at the Citadel Speaker Series.

TIMOTHY CAULFIELD
June 16: Ever wondered why that celebrity diet didn’t go as planned? Timothy Caulfield knows why. The author of Is Gwyneth Paltrow Wrong About Everything? debunks and exposes myths surrounding celebrity endorsed lifestyles in the Citadel’s ongoing speakers series. (Citadel Theatre, 9828 101A Ave.)

MILNER BOOK CLUB
June 26, July 31 & Aug. 28: Do you love to read and tell others about the books you’ve read? Share your impressions and interpretations with like-minded individuals at this monthly book club that encourages lively discussions on thought-provoking works of fiction and non-fiction. (Stanley Milner Library, 7 Sir Winston Churchill Sq.)