OTTAWA, Sept 14 (LSN) – On Friday, pro-family Senator Anne Cools announced a workshop on Family Conflict in Marriage and Divorce, and the Consequences for Children, to be held in Toronto on Saturday, September 19, 1998 at St. Cyril’s Orthodox Church Hall, 237 Sackville Street.  Participant speakers will include Erin Pizzey, founder of the world’s first battered women’s shelter in 1971, in Chiswick, England; Dr. Michael Benjamin, an author and researcher in Family Mediation; Thora Espinet, a Toronto family lawyer; Gwen Landolt, a lawyer and National Vice-President, REAL Women of Canada;  Terri Petkau, a lecturer and researcher on Domestic Violence and Police Response; Eric Tarkington, a family advocate; Tim Wilson, a writer-broadcaster; and Karen Woudstra, a freelance journalist-editor.  DATE: Saturday, September 19, 1998 TIME: 12:15 – 6:30pm PLACE: St. Cyril’s Orthodox Church Hall, 237 Sackville Street, Toronto   CONTACT: OFFICE OF SENATOR ANNE COOLS 1-800-267-7362 OR 1-613-992-2808


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