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Ottawa Mises Meet Up

Ottawa Mises Meet Up
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Just a reminder for everyone that the Ottawa Mises Circle meet up will be this evening at the Cornerstone Bar and Grill in the Byward Market. That is on 92 Clarence Street, at 7:30.

Hope you can all come down.

Happy Easter!

  • Peter S.

    Do you folks have a website where the meetups are shown? If so, perhaps you can add it to this website, that lists many Austrian Economics-related meetups from all over the world: http://wiki.mises.org/wiki/MisesWiki:Meetups#Cana

  • http://anarchyvender.wordpress.com/ mstob

    Bruce, April was a bit of a hectic month. Easter, exams for the students; the meeting was not announced too soon ahead. We will announce the May meet up sooner. You can email me at markstobnicki@sympatico.ca if you want to know more.

    As for Montreal, I am not too sure what is going on there, but I can put you in contact with one or two folks if you are interested.

  • Bruce W Margolese

    Are You Planning To Come To Montreal Anytime Soon ? I would have gone to Ottawa if I had known before today of the event. Keep Up The Excellent Work.

    Bruce

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