Victoria bottle drive defrays Anarchist Bookfair speakers’ travel

Victoria organizers cover costs for indigenous speakers at upcoming fair

Camas Books is hosting a bottle drive tomorrow (Sept. 7) to raise funds to cover travel costs for Indigenous speakers coming to the Anarchist Bookfair, Sept. 14 and 15.

Anyone with refundable bottles, cans or other packages can contribute by arriving at the Bottle Depot, 4261 Glanford Rd., between 10:30 and noon and pass along your collection to volunteers in black Camas T-shirts.

For larger quantities of items, send an email to volunteer@victoriaanarchistbook fair.ca and leave them at the curb. Financial donations will also be accepted at the time of the fair or at Camas Books, 2620 Quadra St.

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