Vancouver Island North federal Liberals barbecuing in Comox

Summer is winding down and the kids have returned to school.

Summer is winding down and the kids have returned to school.

People everywhere are hoping to make their lives healthier and happier by working out, getting involved in clubs and sports and joining in community activities.

The federal Liberals of Vancouver Island North want to celebrate with a back-to-work barbecue.

Everyone is invited! Bring your ideas and concerns for a better community to the lower gazebo at Marina Park in Comox this Sunday between 1 and 4 p.m.

Have a burger, listen to the guitar sounds of Alan Jossul and share your thoughts with other optimistic and energized citizens.

The federal Liberals are excited to have many new supporters who share Justin Trudeau’s positive vision for a better Canada, a more open and transparent government and a stronger middle class. You’re invited to become a Partner in Progress through membership and have a voice in choosing our next candidate and developing sensible policy that has a positive impact for your community and country.

Justin and the Liberal Party of Canada are determined to engage and listen to everyday people and use their advice to help change the divisive and ambiguous policies of the Harper government.

— Vancouver Island North Liberals

 

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