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Further to United Church op/ed piece

Fair trade lady, Lynne Miskell, here displays a wide variety of Fair trade and Fairly traded items that are available at many outlets. Fair trade is a shopping alternative for Christmas; offering gifts like chocolate or coffee that give twice. Lynne sells Fair trade coffee at Castlegar United Church. - Submitted
Fair trade lady, Lynne Miskell, here displays a wide variety of Fair trade and Fairly traded items that are available at many outlets. Fair trade is a shopping alternative for Christmas; offering gifts like chocolate or coffee that give twice. Lynne sells Fair trade coffee at Castlegar United Church.
— image credit: Submitted

Photo subject is also the interviewee in a submission to the Castlegar News print and online versions from last week.

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