B.C. Green Party searching for candidates

The Green Party announced nominations in 38 constituencies, including the new Langford-Juan de Fuca riding.

  • Dec. 10, 2016 10:00 a.m.

The province’s 2017 general election is less than five months away and the B.C. Green Party is clicking into campaign mode.

The Green Party announced nominations in 38 constituencies, including the new Langford-Juan de Fuca riding.

So far, the Greens have nominated 16 candidates provincewide, and plan to run 86 candidates in this spring’s election, said Stefan Jonsson, director of communications.

All B.C. Green Party members in good standing can applying for a nomination or request an application package by email at nominations@bcgreens.ca.

Two other parties – the New Democrats and Liberals – have announced their candidates. Incumbent MLA John Horgan will carry the NDP banner, while Cathy Noel was selected by the Liberals last month.

The B.C. election is May 9.

 

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