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Linda Larson

Boundary-Similkameen Candidate

Premier Christy Clark and the BC Liberal membership have acclaimed Linda Larson as the Party candidate in Boundary – Similkameen for the upcoming 2017 provincial election.

“I am proud of our accomplishments and I am honoured to be part of a talented team that has delivered the top-performing economy in Canada,” said Larson. “I will continue to fight for all interests in the Boundary-Similkameen.”

Larson believes rural BC is stronger than ever under a BC Liberal government.

“Across the country the NDP are dwindling and we can see why,” said Larson. “The NDP continue to say no to jobs, no to progress, and no to supporting the core industries that fuel innovation and opportunity throughout the Boundary-Similkameen and this Province.”

“Premier Christy Clark’s focus on job creation, responsible resource development, and investments in community infrastructure is working. We are seeing new optimism flowing into the Boundary-Similkameen like never before. It’s exciting.”

Since becoming MLA, Larson has worked to deliver the right balance for the unique towns and communities that she serves.

“Linda Larson understands the interests of area First Nations, and she is working with us to ensure our local economy, job growth, and business opportunities are developed to their full potential,” said Osoyoos Indian Band Chief Clarence Louie. “I thank her for her service to date and congratulate her on being acclaimed the BC Liberal candidate for the Boundary-Similkameen.”

“As a region, our success over the long-term is a top priority for me,” said Larson. “I truly believe the best is yet to come as we embrace new opportunities, adapt to change, and open our doors to international visitors.”

Linda is the new Parliamentary Secretary for Rural Education, Parliamentary Secretary for Accessibility to the Minister of Social Development and Social Innovation, and a member of the Cabinet Committee on Secure Tomorrow. She is also a member of the Select Standing Committees on Health and Legislative Initiatives. Previous to her role as MLA, Linda has owned three small businesses, sat on the Oliver Council, and served as Mayor from 1997 to 2005.

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