Join us with special guests Liz Maze, co-executive director of the Red Cedar Cafe and Luke Mari from the Hey Neighbor Tiny Homes campaign. Both these community leaders are showing extraordinary vision and demonstrating how bringing together concerned citizens, businesses and different levels of government can yield amazing results that benefit those most in need, as well as the broader community.
Presented by the Victoria-Beacon Hill and Oak Bay-Gordon Head Riding Associations.
Register on Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_sTHJ_j_FTdWC0QsWFteuzg
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