Kelowna-Lake Country NDP candidates to share office

A joint office for Kelowna-Mission and Kelowna-Lake Country NDP candidates is at 4-2090 Harvey Ave. in Kelowna.

  • Apr. 9, 2013 2:00 p.m.

The NDP provincial election campaign in the Central Okanagan officially kicked off with the opening last week of a joint office for its Kelowna-Mission and Kelowna-Lake Country candidates.

The office, located at 4-2090 Harvey Ave., will be shared by the campaign teams for Kelowna-Lake Country NDP candidate Mike Nuyens and his Kelowna-Mission counterpart Dayleen Van Ryswyk.

Both candidates were on hand Friday to welcome supporters and the general public.

Scheduled to be part of the opening festivities, B.C. Government and Service Employees’ Union president Darryl Walker was to speak as well as Jeet Dukhia, president of the B.C. Fruit Growers’ Association.


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