September 14 - Elizabeth May - Go Green Rally

Where: iRock, 339 King Street, Fredericton
When: Sunday, September 14 from 1 - 3 p.m.
Who: Everyone is invited - A bus will be at the SUB parking lot at 12:30 p.m. to bring students down to the afternoon event that will feature fun, food and lots of music.

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The building momentum of the Green Party in the New Brunswick provincial election has caught the attention of federal party leader Elizabeth May, who will join provincial leader David Coon and candidates from throughout the province for a Go Green Rally and corn boil in Fredericton on Sunday afternoon.

Ms. May will be in town to bring her support to the campaign and meet members of the public during her one-day visit to the capital city.

Rally organizers say it will give people the opportunity to meet one of the most dynamic politicians in Canada today as she brings her particular brand of energy and enthusiasm to the campaign. They are hoping people of all political stripes will take advantage of the opportunity to meet and mingle with the two party leaders.

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