B.C. Green Party is pleased to announce the nomination of its
candidate for Chilliwack, Wayne Froese.
Froese works in web design and online
communications. He has also been dedicated to working on the Syrian
Refugee Settlement campaign in Chilliwack.
"What started as a good fit for me - a party that prioritizes
sustainability and democracy - became ideal in light of B.C. Green
Party's focus in the 2017 Election on fiscal responsibility," said
Froese. "It's been my conviction for some time that B.C. needs a better
plan that prioritizes prosperity for the long haul. That's
sustainability and that's good governance, and I fully endorse the BCGP
policy document. I particularly support its focus on Indigenous issues
in key policy planks. This relationship is critical and is one that
should be embraced."
"Wayne cares deeply about his community and is exactly the type of
person we need representing the interests of British Columbians in their
legislature," Andrew Weaver, leader of the B.C. Green Party, added. "His
work supporting the settlement of Syrian refugees in Chilliwack is
inspiring. Wayne's entrepreneurial spirit and his compassion for others
make him an exceptional candidate to represent the people of
here for a full list of the party's nomination contestants and
candidates to date.
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