NDP leader meets with locals at coffee shop

Provincial NDP leader John Horgan was in Grand Forks yesterday at Kocomos where he met with residents

John Horgan

Official opposition leader John Horgan was in Grand Forks yesterday at Kocomos where he met with residents and answered questions on a number of topics. Introducing Horgan was local supporter Darwin Benson. There was about 20 people on hand to hear from Horgan. Joining Horgan, who is the provincial leader of the NDP party, was former NDP leader and finance spokesperson Carole James and NDP candidate for MP for the South Okanagan-West Kootenay (currently known as Southern Interior) Dick Cannings.

Horgan was in town as part of the BC Families Need a Break! Tour.

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