Victoria Neighbourhood News

For a special lady

Olivia Chow, MP and widow of NDPer Jack Layton and possible next Mayor of Toronto watches as local chalk artist Ian Morris works on her portrait outside Silk Road Tea on Government Street. - Sharon Tiffin Victoria News
Olivia Chow, MP and widow of NDPer Jack Layton and possible next Mayor of Toronto watches as local chalk artist Ian Morris works on her portrait outside Silk Road Tea on Government Street.
— image credit: Sharon Tiffin Victoria News

Olivia Chow, MP and widow of NDPer Jack Layton and possible next Mayor of Toronto made a quick stop in Victoria to attend the Victoria Chinatown Lioness Club banquet celebrating the Year of the Horse and to promote her new book signing copies at Silk Road Tea on Government Street today.

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