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In February 2018, the eyes of the Rotary World will be on Vancouver, BC, Canada.  
 
The Presidential Conference on Environmental Sustainability and Peace is one of six international Peacebuilding Conferences planned for the 2017-2018 Rotary year and the only one in North America.  
 
President Ian Riseley has made environmental sustainability a major focus for his year and we are honoured to be one of the host Districts for his first Presidential Conference.
 
The early registration discount rate is only $195 until July 31, 2017.
 
The event venue is at one of Vancouver's best hotels - the Hyatt Regency - with a specially discounted room rate of $189.
 
All prices are in Canadian dollars - a great deal for Canadians and an even better deal for Americans.

CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE CONFERENCE WEBSITE AND TO REGISTER:

www.environmentandpeace.com

 
Rotarians in District 5050 are part of the official hosts for the Conference, along with Rotary Zones 24 and 25 - across Canada and along the West Coast from Alaska to California (including all of our Pacific Northwest PETS Districts).
 
Our Co-Sponsors for the Conference are two Rotary Action Groups - the Rotary Action Group For Peace and ESRAG - the Environmental Sustainablity Rotary Action Group.  
 
Click to visit their website and consider joining a Rotary Action Group or a Rotary Fellowship.
 
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