Green Party Leader Elizabeth May and South Surrey-White Rock Candidate Larry Colero. (Aaron Hinks photo)

Green Leader visits South Surrey

Elizabeth May and Green candidate Larry Colero chat with residents at Crescent Coffee House

Federal Green Party Leader Elizabeth May was in South Surrey Saturday to host a “meet and greet” event with South Surrey-White Rock Green candidate Larry Colero.

Supporters and members of the public filled Crescent Coffee House (12219 Beecher Ave.) for the 2:30-4 p.m. event. May is the fourth leader of a federal party to visit the riding in recent weeks.

Candidate and Christian Heritage Party Leader Rod Taylor participated in the Dec. 5 all-candidates meeting held at White Rock Community Centre; Liberal Party Leader Justin Trudeau toured the Five Corners neighbourhood in White Rock on Nov. 15 with candidate Gordon Hogg and was at Semiahmoo Secondary on Dec. 2; Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer visited on Nov. 15 to help launch candidate Kerry-Lynne Findlay’s campaign and again on Dec. 5 to visit a potato chip factory in South Surrey.

The by-election is to take place Dec. 11.

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