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VIDEO: Cariboo-Chilcotin Green and NDP candidates participate in Williams Lake forum

Williams Lake Tribune - Friday April 21, 2017

Candidates Rita Giesbrecht (Green) and Sally Watson (NDP)participate in forum held Thursday in Williams Lake.

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Five places to vote early in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows

Maple Ridge News - Wednesday April 19, 2017

Advance voting begins April 29, general voting day, May 9

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Candidates hitting the campaign trail hard in Maple Ridge-Mission

Maple Ridge News - Thursday April 20, 2017

It’s a close race, as New Democrats and Liberals battle hard.

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Elections office opens as writs issued for B.C.’s 41st Provincial General Election

Williams Lake Tribune - Tuesday April 11, 2017

Elections BC opened its district electoral office in Williams Lake Monday, April 110.

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Cariboo-Chilcotin Green Party candidate in Williams Lake Tuesdays

Williams Lake Tribune - Tuesday April 11, 2017

Cariboo-Chilcotin Green Party candidate Rita Giesbrecht is in Williams Lake every Tuesday to meet with the public.

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Barnett opens campaign office in Williams Lake

Williams Lake Tribune - Tuesday April 11, 2017

Cariboo-Chilcotin Liberal candidate Donna Barnett opened her campaign office in Williams Lake Monday.

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Sts' ailes election results from Mar. 17

Agassiz Observer - Wednesday March 22, 2017

The official results for the Sts' ailes election are in for the office of chief and the office of councillors

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Fraser-Nicola MLA already in campaign mode

Ashcroft Cache Creek Journal - Tuesday March 7, 2017

Jackie Tegart opened a campaign office in Ashcroft on March 4, and says she and her team are ready to roll.

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Nelson ex-councillor to carry Green banner

Creston Valley Advance - Tuesday January 24, 2017

Nelson’s Kim Charlesworth will carry the BC Greens banner in the May 9th provincial election.

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Tanya Wall to make run for MLA in May

Creston Valley Advance - Tuesday January 24, 2017

Area B director wants to bring Nelson-Creston into government fold

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Comedian Lorne Elliott enjoys heckles from his audiences

Williams Lake Tribune - Thursday October 13, 2016

Award-winning playwright, author, comedian, singer-songwriter and all around Canadian funny man Lorne Elliott doesn’t mind hecklers at all.

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Election system will change - Stetski

Creston Valley Advance - Wednesday August 24, 2016

Kootenay-Columbia MP Wayne Stetski was in Creston on Tuesday, inviting public input about proposed changes to the way Canadians vote.

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Election 2015: Ruimy rides red wave

Maple Ridge News - Tuesday October 20, 2015

The new MP for Pitt Meadows-Maple Ridge admitted he was shocked by Monday night’s election results.

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Election 2015: Murray, D’Eith surprised to lose in Pitt Meadows-Maple Ridge

Maple Ridge News - Tuesday October 20, 2015

If the results could be foretold by the mood at the campaign headquarters Monday, the election in Pitt Meadows-Maple Ridge was over...

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Election 2015: Slow start but strong finish for Grits

Maple Ridge News - Tuesday October 20, 2015

The momentum of the Liberal Party’s campaign was not immediately apparent to local volunteers working for Dan Ruimy.

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Cullen wins riding

Burns Lake Lakes District News - Monday October 19, 2015

Nathan Cullen NDP candidate has been re-elected as MP.

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Cowichan-Malahat-Langford: Speaking out on child care issues

Goldstream News Gazette - Friday October 16, 2015

Cowichan-Malahat-Langford candidates talk about how local issues will be addressed by the nationally

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The power of social media

Goldstream News Gazette - Tuesday October 13, 2015

Metchosin rally organizers knew going in that Prime Minister Harper wouldn’t be in town

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UPDATED: Boundary-Similkameen candidate Mischa Popoff dropped by BC Conservatives, will run as independent

Grand Forks Gazette - Friday April 26, 2013

Mere days after an all-candidates meeting in Grand Forks, the BC Conservatives announced Mischa Popoff is no longer their candidate.

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