Pamela Anderson says Stephen Harper’s off script on climate change

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VANCOUVER — Canadian actress Pamela Anderson says she wouldn’t vote for Conservative Leader Stephen Harper because of his track record on climate change.

The former Baywatch star and model from Ladysmith, B.C., can’t vote in Canada because she’s lived outside the country for more than five years.

But the 48-year-old who calls herself a “small-town Canadian girl” says she hopes citizens will consider climate change the No. 1 issue when they go to the polls on Oct. 19.

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Anderson is in Vancouver to release her new book of poetry and photographs called “Raw.”

The actress who’s known for her activism also says she believes Canada should legalize marijuana and reiterated her opposition to British Columbia’s wolf cull.

She released an open letter to B.C. Premier Christy Clark earlier this week calling for a better solution to saving endangered caribou than the slaughter of wolves.

The Canadian Press

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