Monday, January 18, 2010

6:30-9:30pm

Sala Thai Restaurant (3364 Cambie St)

Come
join COPE City Councillor Ellen Woodsworth as she hosts an evening with
Rafe Mair, a fundraiser dinner in support of COPE, at the Sala Thai
restaurant in the heart of the Cambie Village.

Rafe will be the
keynote speaker for the evening, focusing on his views of civil
liberties and free speech during the upcoming Vancouver Olympic Games.

Rafe
began his political career in 1975, and has served as a cabinet
minister in the government of Premier Bill Bennett under a variety of
portfolios including environment and health, consumer affairs and constitutional matters. Leaving Government in 1981,
he anchored on of the most successful radio talk shows in Vancouver,
and now is a regular contributor with the Tyee.

Tickets include
a wonderful Thai meal at one of the city’s best restaurants, and it’s
a way for us to help support a part of our city only now recovering
from the Canada Line construction.

Tickets are only $50 for members, $60 for non-members. Email us at cope@cope.bc.ca for more information or to purchase tickets.

An Evening with Rafe Mair – SOLD OUT!