Win tickets to the Munk Debates in Toronto and Griffin Poetry Prize party in Vancouver!

Friday night marks another Munk Debate here in Toronto, and we want you to get in on the action! We have two pairs of tickets to the debate to give away. Here are the details:

Friday, May 25, 6:30 p.m.
Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto
BE IT RESOLVED THE EUROPEAN EXPERIMENT HAS FAILED
Featuring Niall Ferguson & Josef Joffe vs Peter Mandelson & Daniel Cohn-Bendit

To enter to win a pair of tickets, leave us a comment below and tell us why you want to go to the Munk Debate! Two winners will be chosen at random on Thursday, May 24, at noon EST. Tickets will be couriered over to the winners. Winners must be in Toronto. Transportation to the event will not be provided.

Our second giveaway is a pair of tickets to the first-ever Griffin Poetry Prize event in Vancouver! Vancouver will be celebrating the Griffin Prize with a party and live-streaming of the gala in Toronto. Here are the details:

Thursday, June 7, 5:30 p.m.
W2 Media Cafe, 111 West Hastings Street, Vancouver
The evening will begin with a live viewing of the Griffin Poetry Prize ceremonies from Toronto and will be followed by live readings by eminent poets who are associated with the Griffin Poetry Prize or who are prominent members of the Vancouver poetry community.

To enter to win a pair of tickets, leave us a comment below and tell us why you want to go to the Griffin party in Vancouver! One winner will be chosen at random on Thursday, May 31, at noon EST. Winning tickets will be available at the door. Transportation to the event will not be provided.

Does the 21st Century Belong to ChinaGriffin Poetry Prize Anthology 2012> View our Munk Debates book series
> View our Griffin Poetry Prize Anthologies series

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6 thoughts on “Win tickets to the Munk Debates in Toronto and Griffin Poetry Prize party in Vancouver!

  1. I want to go to the Munk Debates because I follow them every year and always find the topics fascinating. I am a debater and will be studying in Europe next year, so this topic is both interesting and relevant to me.

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