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Opposition leader helping Comox Valley NDP fundraiser

The Comox Valley NDP welcomes Opposition leader Adrian Dix for a special fundraising brunch on March 2 at the Best Western in Courtenay at 10:30 a.m.

Tickets for this event are $100 (a large portion is tax-deductible) and include a delicious brunch,  an opportunity to win a beautiful Welcome Spring basket of local seeds and gardening supplies and a special musical performance from satirist and guitarist extraordinaire Todd Butler.

Come and enjoy a lively and fun filled Saturday morning with friends and neighbours and help sow the seeds of political change right here in the Comox Valley and across B.C.

Everyone is welcome to join in on the energy and enthusiasm of the campaign to elect Comox Valley NDP candidate Kassandra Dycke as part of a BC NDP Government in May of this year. Families are warmly invited and kids under 12 are free for all NDP fundraising events.

Limited tickets are available at Laughing Oyster Books, by calling 250-334-3434, e-mailing cvndp@telus.net or at the Comox Valley NDP office Monday to Friday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

— Comox Valley NDP

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