Generation Screwed campaign

Dear Supporter,

Please accept this invitation to join us Saturday May 30th in Montreal.

For too long governments have lived beyond their means, making big promises they can’t afford and leaving the next generation with the bill.

Now, the 
Generation Screwed campaign is fighting back.

Launched by the Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) in 2013 to engage young people on issues of debt, deficits and unfunded liabilities, the initiative has matured into a nationwide movement which currently boasts 26 student coordinators at universities and colleges across the country. Active online and having held dozens of successful events, Generation Screwed is now hosting its most ambitious project to date: 
The 2015 Generation Screwed Action Forum.

Located in the downtown core of Montreal, the Generation Screwed Action Forum brings together leaders in public policy to discuss the challenges and solutions to mounting government debt, increasingly unsustainable social programs and an aging population. This forum will be an important counter-narrative to the entitlement-filled student protests that recently swept the province.
Speakers include radio host and author Éric Duhaime, Journal de Montréal columnist Vincent Geloso, Montreal Economic Institute Research Director Youri Chassin and
many more.

DATE: May 30th
TIME: 9:30 – 5:00 PM
LOCATION: 1450 Rue Guy
Montréal, QC (Concordia University)

Each attendee will receive an all-day access pass to the conference and speakers, a catered lunch with refreshments served throughout the day, a free copy of the new book
Fighting for Taxpayers: Battles Fought & Battles Ahead and invitation to our post-conference social and networking party.  

To view all conference details, including a full list of confirmed speakers, and to register please visit

We look forward to seeing you in Montreal on May 30th.

-- Aaron, Renaud, Troy, Shannon

P.S. Please consider sponsoring a student. If you can’t make the event, the CTF will find a worthy student to attend on your behalf. If you are interested, you can do so through the registration link here: