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Provincial NDP leader visiting Comox Valley for town hall meeting

B.C. NDP LEADER Adrian Dix and Comox Valley NDP candidate Kassandra Dycke are pictured at a regional conference in Qualicum Beach. - Photo submitted
B.C. NDP LEADER Adrian Dix and Comox Valley NDP candidate Kassandra Dycke are pictured at a regional conference in Qualicum Beach.
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B.C. NDP leader Adrian Dix hosts a town hall meeting June 25 at 7 p.m. at the K’ómoks Band Hall at 3320 Comox Rd.

“This will be great chance for people to hear from Adrian about key issues facing the province, including the Enbridge pipeline, rising inequality and the pressing need for skills training,” Comox Valley NDP candidate Kassandra Dycke said. “But more importantly, Adrian is here to listen to people’s concerns and take questions on issues that are important to them.”

Dycke, who has been canvassing in Valley neighbourhoods the past few months, says people are hungry for change.

“Everywhere I go, people say they want change. They want their voices heard, and they want to vote for something positive,” she said. “This town hall is a chance for people to join the discussion about building a stronger future for B.C.”

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