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Meghan Markle visited a Vancouver woman's group to discuss climate change

Meghan Markle may be the subject of everyone's dinnertime conversation these days, but it seems she's still using her time to do good amidst all the drama.

Earlier this week, Markle dropped into an organization called Justice For Girls to discuss climate change and its impacts. 

"Yesterday, The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle visited to discuss climate justice for girls and the rights of Indigenous peoples," reads a tweet from Justice For Girls. 

"Was great to talk about the importance of a holistic approach to social justice, and the power of young women’s leadership."

In photos posted by the organization, Markle can be seen holding a notebook and pen — proving she's always ready to work. 

Justice For Girls is an organization that was formed "in response to local, national, and international calls for 'girl only' programs and services that acknowledge and address the specific needs and vulnerabilities of girls, particularly in relation to homelessness, poverty, and violence," according to their website

And this is far from the Duchess' first time doing charity work.

Markle visited the The Downtown Eastside Women's Shelter in Vancouver just days ago to "discuss issues affecting women in the community."

And during her time in Toronto, Markle was a regular volunteer at St. Felix Centre, a multi-service non-profit centre offering programs and services for some of the most marginalized members of the community.

But despite all her charity work, Markle and her husband Prince Harry are still the subject of constant controversy as the two begin to navigate their new "normal" lives split between the U.K. and Canada. 

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