As the election race heats up, Rev Al invites MLA Candidates to join him on his morning rounds.
Rev. Al Tysick believes that if the leaders of B.C.’s political parties looked into the eyes of homeless people awakening on the streets of Victoria, the province would have a comprehensive poverty-reduction strategy. As politicians gear up for the May 14 election, Tysick has challenged Premier Christy Clark and NDP leader Adrian Dix to join him on his daily 5 a.m. walk, when he distributes coffee, muffins and blankets to street people.
Read the article: Reverend Al invites politicians on early-morning Victoria street walk
Source: Times Colonist
Author: Judith Lavoie