Green Party nomination imminent

Cowichan-Malahat-Langford nomination sought by Langford business owner and Cowichan farmer, decision made Friday

The Green Party of Canada says they will be electing their candidate for the new riding of Cowichan-Malahat-Langford this week.

Two meetings are scheduled for Friday evening at the Royal Canadian Legion Auditorium on Station Avenue in Langford and later that night in Duncan at the Island Savings Centre. West Shore-area Green Party members are invited to join those meetings to help decide their nominee.

Langford business owner Fran Hunt-Jinnouchi and Cowichan farmer Dan Ferguson are the candidates for the Green Party nomination.

Anyone needing more information can contact Joseph Boutilier, west coast communications officer for the Green Party of Canada at 778-922-2531.

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