Candidates spend final campaign days primarily door knocking

By Vanessa Ybarra
May 6, 2017 - 3:24pm

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — With three days to go until the provincial election, Kamloops candidates are out in full-swing this weekend.

The NDP's Barb Nederpel and Nancy Bepple are spending the weekend knocking on doors throughout the city.

Liberal South-Thompson Incumbent Todd Stone spent Saturday afternoon helping residents sandbag in Cherry Creek, with he and Peter Milobar door knocking throughout the weekend as well.

The Green's Donovan Cavers and Dan Hines attended Saturday morning's annual Walk for Peace, Environment and Social Justice.

The two also spoke with downtown and on Tranquille Road Saturday afternoon, before gearing for door knocking Sunday.

 

 

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