46th Annual Peace Walk Set for May 7th

April 26, 2022 at 10:16 am  News

(Kamloops) Relaxed public health orders means the 46th Annual Peace Walk will go ahead in person on Saturday, May 7th with a strong program of speakers on peace, the environment, and social justice.

“The lineup for this year’s peace walk is exceptional”, according to organizer and local Council of Canadians chair, Anita Strong. Musicians Margit Sky Project and others will anchor our music and speakers including local lawyer Bill Sundhu and Thompson Rivers University professor Sasha Kondrashov will speak on peace and social justice.”

Other musicians and speakers will be announced soon.

“People can find out more about the event on the Kamloops Walk for Peace, Social Justice, & Environment Facebook group” said Strong. “We will have speakers and music as usual and some activities for children.”

The 2022 Peace Walk takes place at the former Stuart Wood School and Kamloops Farmers’ Market on Saturday, May 7 starting at 10am.

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