As I hinted yesterday, Vision Vancouver councillor George Chow is going to make a “special announcement” with Gregor Robertson tomorrow. Just got this in by carrier pigeon.
GREGOR ROBERTSON, GEORGE CHOW TO MAKE SPECIAL ELECTION ANNOUNCEMENT
(VANCOUVER) Vision Vancouver Mayoral candidate Gregor Robertson will be making a special announcement with Councillor George Chow about the upcoming election.
WHAT: Gregor Robertson and Councillor George Chow to make an announcement about the upcoming election.
WHEN: Wednesday, September 3rd, 11:15am
WHERE: Floata Restaurant, 400-180 Keefer Street, Vancouver
For those with not much to do in their day, they can go to George’s announcement and then proceeed on to:
VANCOUVER– Community leader Leanore Copeland will officially announce her intention to seek the NPA nomination to run as a candidate for Vancouver City Council.
Copeland is a communications, marketing and government relations specialist who currently serves as President of the False Creek Community Centre Association and Chair of the Association Presidents, which represents all 23 Vancouver community centres. She has experience working with all three levels of government and served as a senior policy advisor to a cabinet minister in Ottawa, managing significant national files.
Copeland’s recent professional involvement includes developing a strategic plan for the British Columbia Soccer Association, which has led to creating programs for inner city elementary school children. Her community involvement includes serving on numerous boards of directors in the areas of the arts and sports. Her professional consultative approach has helped organizations develop strategies and actualize their vision. She plans to apply this expertise to council.
WHEN: 12:00 noon, Wednesday, September 3, 2008
WHERE: Sunset Community Centre 6810 Main Street
Peter Ladner, Mayoral Candidate for the Non-Partisan Association
The Honourable Herb Dhaliwal, Former MP
Mr. Bjorn Osieck, Executive Director, British Columbia Soccer Association
Members of the media