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B.C. Conservative leadership hopeful in Courtenay on Feb. 21

Dan Brooks, leadership candidate for the BC Conservative Party, will visit the Comox Valley on Feb. 21.

The public is welcome to a no-host breakfast, candidate speech and question period. Party members, the general public and the media are welcome at the White Spot Restaurant in Courtenay from 9 to 11 a.m.

Brooks, one of two candidates seeking the party's leadership, proposes a comprehensive review of B.C.'s tax system. It would include a study of the desirability and efficacy of a 'flat' personal income tax.

For details, visit http://danbrooksbc.ca.

— Dan Brooks

 

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