Council Candidate: Matt Vader acclaimed in Carr’s Landing

District of Lake Country: Vader, Matt - Council Candidate

Matt Vader grew up in a small town, not unlike Lake Country.

At age nine while on family vacation, he fell in love with the Okanagan.

In 2008, he made Carr’s Landing his home with his wife and young family.

Matt’s combination of a university degree in business management, professional experience trading on the stock market and employment with the federal government make him well suited to address the needs of the community in a responsible, forward thinking manner.

He is passionate about ensuring Lake Country thrives and continues to be the idyllic place he envisioned as a boy.

As the only candidate in Carr’s Landing, Vader wins a spot on Lake Country council.

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