Elizabeth May, leader of the Green Party of Canada, is visiting Sudbury Tuesday to hold a community meeting next week.
May is also scheduled to visit Sudbury.com for an interview as the October federal election nears.
In a news release Friday, the party said the Community Matters meetings are a chance for “Canadians to share their priorities, concerns and vision for Canada’s future with Ms. May and local Green Party candidates.”
May will join Sudbury Green candidate Bill Crumplin at the event, which will be held from 7-8:30 p.m. McEwen School of Architecture, 85 Elm St.
Earlier in the day, May will tour the NORCAT on Maley Drive. The release said NORCAT was founded in 1995 “by a team of business and academic visionaries who recognized the need for an organization to promote, educate, and support local entrepreneurs, tech innovators, and skilled labour workers to enable long-term and sustainable economic and social prosperity for Northern Ontario.”
May will tour the centre at 11 a.m. Tuesday.