KELOWNA, B.C. – The bustle for the leadership of British Columbia’s Liberals is getting a sixth candidate, with Kelowna-Mission MLA Renee Merrifield officially asserting her candidacy.
Merrifield says in an announcement Monday she has the abilities and pressure to handbook the Opposition Liberals encourage to govt.
She says the province needs a major who can work with the folk to jot down the next chapter in B.C.’s historical previous.
Merrifield, who says she has more than 20 years business abilities, says she is a ingenious thinker who can empower groups to success.
Merrifield was as soon as elected within the 2020 provincial election and at uncover serves as the Opposition’s health critic.
She joins candidates Ellis Ross, Val Litwin, Gavin Dew, Michael Lee and Kevin Falcon within the bustle for celebration chief put for Feb. 5.
“I’m working because I feel in folk,” says Merrifield in an announcement. “I’m working because I feel on this province.”
This picture by The Canadian Press was as soon as first published Aug. 2, 2021.