If you would like to learn how you could

drive 10,000 km and pay only $80 for the electric “fuel”,

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Manitoba Electric Vehicle Association

Annual General Meeting & Dinner

including election of MEVA Executives for 2018

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6:30 p.m., Thursday, October 26, 2017

CanadInns Fort Garry

1824 Pembina Hwy, Winnipeg

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Special guest: Matthew Gale (Northern Bionics)

Awarded $1000 by MEVA for inventing a myoelectrically-controlled, paediatric prosthetic arm.

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Special guests: Will and Bev Eert

Bev and Will Eert moved to Manitoba from Vancouver Island in the summer of 2010. Bev had run a successful design / build construction company, specializing in low energy timber frame homes. Will had retired after working for 30 years as a Power Engineer in B.C.’s largest industrial steam plant. Bev is the Manitoba representative for the Federal Council of the Green Party of Canada. Will is a director of the Manitoba Sustainable Energy Association (ManSEA) and builds advanced middleware solar controls as a hobby. Bev, Will and their two dogs live off the grid, in an owner designed / owner built home, in the Assiniboine Valley, in southwestern Manitoba. Recently, they purchased the first first Chevy Bolt (fully-electric car) retailed in Manitoba. As many of you know, the Bolt was chosen as MotorTrend magazine’s Car of The Year. Guess how they charge it, for free?

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