Media Advisory - Minister for Democratic Renewal to recognize historic contribution of the Citizens' Assembly

    TORONTO, April 28 /CNW/ - Dr. Marie Bountrogianni, Minister Responsible
for Democratic Renewal, will recognize the achievements of the Citizens'
Assembly during a ceremony at Osgoode Hall.
    The Ontario government established the Citizens' Assembly to assess
Ontario's current electoral system and others, and recommend whether Ontario
should keep the current system or adopt a new one. The assembly will submit
its final report on May 15, 2007. If the Assembly recommends a change, the
government will hold a referendum on that alternative in conjunction with the
October general election.

    DATE:        Saturday, April 28, 2007

    TIME:        10:30 a.m. - Recognition Event begins in Moot Court
                 11:20 a.m. (approximately) - Photo opportunity followed by
                 media availability

    LOCATION:    Moot Court
                 Osgoode Hall Law School, York University
                 4700 Keele Street

    DIRECTIONS:  Take Finch Ave. W. to Sentinel Road. Go north on Sentinel
                 Road to Pond Road. Turn right onto Nelson Road. and drive
                 into Parking Lot 82 at the side of Osgoode Hall Law School.
                 Parking is free and signage will direct media to the Moot
                 Court from this (South) entrance of the school.

    Disponible en français


For further information:

For further information: Sarah Charuk, Minister's Office, (416)
212-7234; Janis Tomkinson, Communications Branch, (416) 314-5464

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