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Multi-faith meeting

Kwantlen Polytechnic University will be holding the Women’s Peace for Humanity Conference at its Surrey campus on Feb. 9.

The women-only conference is slated for 1-3 p.m. at the campus’ conference room.

The free event, hosted by Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Women’s Auxiliary, will feature speakers from a range of faiths.

Speakers set for the conference include: Kerrie Charnley (First Nations), Kimberly Morrison (Christian), Kirpa Kaur (Sikh), Michele Sam (Aboriginal Ktunaxa) and Susan Katz (Judaism).

The conference will include a free luncheon and free childcare service. For more information, call 778-552-0830 or email bc.women.amj@gmail.com

Symposium registration begins at 12:30 p.m.

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