Tourism boss guest of Canadian Club

Paul Nursey, CEO of Tourism Victoria, is the guest speaker at the Canadian Club of Victoria luncheon on May 19.

Paul Nursey, CEO of Tourism Victoria, is the guest speaker at the Canadian Club of Victoria luncheon on May 19.

At the luncheon, Nursey will provide an overview of the significant role tourism plays in the region’s economy.

The luncheon begins at Harbour Towers Hotel, 345 Quebec St., at 11:45 a.m.

For ticket information, please telephone 250-370-1837 or go online to eventbrite.ca by May 15.

 

 

 

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