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The BC Liberal Women's Network Luncheon, held at the Union Club of BC April 29, featured speakers Pamela Martin, Director of Engagement and Liasion to B.C. Premier Christy Clark and Hon. Naomi Yamamoto, Minister of state for tourism and small business, seen here with MLA for Port Moody-Coquitlam and Parliamentary Secretary for the Minister of Community, Sport, and Cultural Development Linda Reimer. The network draws women from all parts of our community and encourages them to become actively involved by seeking office or taking leadership roles with the BC Liberals.
— image credit: Nate Clark photo

The BC Liberal Women's Network Luncheon, held at the Union Club of BC April 29, featured speakers Pamela Martin, Director of Engagement and Liasion to B.C. Premier Christy Clark and Hon. Naomi Yamamoto, Minister of state for tourism and small business.

Also at the event were MLA for Port Moody-Coquitlam and Parliamentary Secretary for the Minister of Community, Sport, and Cultural Development Linda Reimer and former Liberal MLA for Oak Bay-Gordon Head Ida Chong.

The network draws women from all parts of our community and encourages them to become actively involved by seeking office or taking leadership roles with the BC Liberals.

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