Valley Conservatives elect new executive

Recently the Comox Valley Conservative Constituency Association held its annual general meeting in Courtenay and elected a new executive.

THE COMOX VALLEY Conservative Constituency Association wants to select the best local Conservative candidate to represent the Comox Valley.

THE COMOX VALLEY Conservative Constituency Association wants to select the best local Conservative candidate to represent the Comox Valley.

Recently the Comox Valley Conservative Constituency Association held its annual general meeting in Courtenay and elected a new executive.

President Ian MacDonald, vice-president Brad Chappell, secretary Doreen McDonald and treasurer Paul Lachapelle form the new executive.

The focus this year will be on maintaining the momentum of growing the party and taking the necessary steps to select the best local Conservative candidate to represent the people of the Comox Valley.

The BC Conservative Party, led by John Cummins, is working hard to ensure your vote is a vote towards making the province a better place to live. Cummins is an experienced parliamentarian who has represented the people of Delta-Richmond in the House of Commons for nearly 18 years. During his time in federal politics, Cummins earned a reputation as an honest voice, a voice which can be trusted to “tell it like it is.”

While in Ottawa he became increasingly concerned about B.C. He recognized that there was no commonsense party ready to protect the future of British Columbians.

Cummins is firmly committed to fiscal prudence, effective governance and respectful accountability to taxpayers. The BC Conservatives recognize the need for all programs to be affordable, effective and accountable with clarity of purpose.

We in the Comox Valley who are dissatisfied with the current state of the province’s politics are urged to contact the CVCA and become involved in creating a positive future for the province and all its citizens.

You may contact the local constituency association at cvca@ shaw.ca or by mail at PO Box 3283, Courtenay, B.C., V9N 5N4. The BC Conservative Party website may be found at www.bcconservative.ca.

— Comox Valley Constituency Association

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