Morton headlines Speaker’s Corner

Alexandra Morton will appear in the second Speaker’s Corner at St. John Gualbert (A-Frame) Church in Port McNeill.

PORT McNEILL—Visitors to last month’s Speaker’s Corner series had a chance to view the documentary film Salmon Confidential.

Next week, they have the chance to hear directly from its subject.

Alexandra Morton, the occasionally controversial wild salmon activist and anti-fish farm crusader, will appear in the second Speaker’s Corner at St. John Gualbert (A-Frame) Church in Port McNeill.

The free, interactive discussion takes place Thursday, Feb. 27, beginning at 7 p.m.

Speaker’s Corner, conceived by the church’s board and pastor Wade Allen, is a secular forum, open to all. Its purpose is to highlight issues key to North Vancouver Island through sharing by local residents with expertise in those issues.


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