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CEGEP/FoC Encounter
When: Monday, June 5, 2017
Time: 18.00
Place: La Piazza pizzeria, 100 Agias Paraskeyis St, Kennedy (or ‘Flyas’) Square, Chalandri 152 32 (3-minute walk
from Agias Paraskeyis metro station, towards Chalandri)
Guests: Study Group from Quebec College Cégep de l'Abitibi-Témiscamingue & FoC volunteers

Purpose: For students to explore several aspects of life in Greece
Cost: Order a *pizza (it can be shared!) or from menu
*FoC 14-euro special for two people – a shared SET pizza, salad, dessert & glass of house wine
Style: Casual
Organisers: Friends of Canada (FoC) in collaboration with the Canadian embassy and Cégep de l'Abitibi-Témiscamingue

UPDATE: FoC was approached by the Canadian embassy to organise a CEGEP/FoC Encounter, in collaboration with the Canadian embassy and Cégep de l'Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Quebec. This Canadian CEGEP study tour group (22 pre-university students accompanied by three professors) met up with six FoC Canadian volunteers to gain insights about various aspects of living in Greece – including the current economic situation, the refugee crisis, the education system, the LGBT community, religion and tourism. Fran Kaltsiki, FoC moderator, wryly noted that the only question really stumping the panellists was: What is the solution for Greece’s problems?
We’d like to thank:
Canadian embassy: Zoe Delibasis, Political & Public Affairs Officer
Professors (and students) from Cégep de l'Abitibi-Témiscamingue (alphabetically): Martin Baron, Genevieve Guimont, Isabelle Lauzon, Isabelle Vachon
FoC volunteers (alphabetically): Fran Kaltsiki (moderator), Lydia Papageorgiou, Alexandra Pell, Jean-Curtis Plante (Salvation Army), Michael Psyllakis, Marie-Therese Rolland-Aqbarawi (facilitator of FoC Reseau Franco-Canadien/Franco-Canadian Network)

Thanks to Jean-Curtis Plante and Isabelle Lauzon for taking the photos!

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