Join us on Tuesday, August 22 at the Maury Young Arts Centre for a community dialogue on food policy. Food policy is a top priority for our government and our community has great interest and expertise in this topic. The event will welcome guest panelists Jordan Sturdy, Pemberton farmer and MLA for West Vancouver-Sea to Sky; Cheryl Scribe, Executive Director of Whistler Community Services Society, which runs the Whistler Food Bank; and Sue Adams, Partner at Pemberton Valley Supermarket. We look forward to your full participation in order to inform Canada’s food policy. See you there.