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Victoria talk centres on science

Award-winning science journalist and radio host Bob McDonald will launch the Canadian Club of Victoria’s 2012-13 speaker series with a talk on Monday (Sept. 10).

McDonald will discuss his view of science after his 35 years as a journalist in Science as I’ve Seen It. He is best known for his work on CBC’s The National where he explains phenomena such as earthquakes, tsunamis and space missions.

The Monday luncheon will be held at Coast Victoria Harbourside Hotel, 146 Kingston St., beginning at 11:45 a.m. Tickets are $30 and available by calling 250-370-1837.

 

 

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