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Two Carbon Talks on the Plebiscite

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The meetings are at lunchtime in Surrey and Burnaby, and I won’t be attending either of them. The rest of this post is taken from an email I got today. If you are in the area – or you know of someone who will be – they are free but you have to register

The transit referendum campaign is currently underway and you’re invited to our next two Carbon Talks on the subject. In partnership with Moving in a Livable Region, an initiative of the SFU Centre for Dialogue, we are pleased to present two public dialogues one in Surrey and one in Burnaby.

See below for more information and please forward on to your friends and colleagues. For more information on the transit and transportation referendum, see Moving in a Livable Region’s referendum page

Transit Vote Surrey: Rapid Transit for Rapid Growth

Surrey is one of Canada’s fastest growing cities and has major transportation needs. With the transit referendum around the corner, what’s at stake?

When: Monday, March 9 from 1:00 – 2:00 PM

Where: Room 3090 at SFU Surrey Campus

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Transit Vote Burnaby: Congestion, Health, and Livability

A congested transportation system has consequences for emissions, health, and livability. Join us to hear from experts on how these subjects relate to the transit referendum.

When: Tuesday, March 10 from 12:00 – 1:15 PM

Where: Fraser-Thompson Room of the Diamond Alumni Centre, SFU Burnaby Campus

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Written by Stephen Rees

February 24, 2015 at 2:02 pm

Posted in Transportation

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