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Elizabeth May, federal Green party leader, will make a stop in Charlottetown this week as part of her Community Matters Tour.
May, who is the MP for Saanich-Gulf Islands, B.C., will host a town hall meeting in Charlottetown Tuesday evening. She will be joined by P.E.I. Green Leader Peter Bevan-Baker.
The Community Matters Tour began last week in Montreal and includes 14 stops across the country, including Charlottetown, Moncton and Halifax. The tour aims to give Canadians an opportunity to share their priorities, concerns and vision for Canada’s future with May and the Green party.
The Charlottetown event takes place 7-9 p.m. at the Murchison Centre, 15-17 St. Pius X Ave.
This event is free, and all are welcome.