Elizabeth May has lunch with Canadian Club

Federal Green Party leader to speak on climate change at Jan. 20 meeting

Federal Green Party Leader Elizabeth May is the featured speaker at the Canadian Club luncheon on Jan. 20 in Victoria.

May’s talk will be on “Taking action on climate change: locally and globally.”

The Saanich-Gulfs Islands MP has a long record as a committed and dedicated advocate for social justice, the environment and human rights. She is an environmentalist, writer, activist and lawyer who has been active in the environmental movement since 1970.

The luncehon is at the Harbour Towers Hotel, 345 Quebec St. Guests are welcome, but reservations are required. Please telephone 250-370-1837 before Jan. 16 or go online to eventbrite.ca.

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