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Tories nominate riding candidate

ALISTAIR WATERS

Black Press

North Westside residents now have a B.C. Conservative candidates to consider.

Brian Guillou has been nominated in Westside-Kelowna for next spring’s provincial election.

Guillou was born in Saskatchewan and moved to B.C. with his family when he was 13.

A decade later, in Surrey, he started his own contracting, renovation and painting business.

In August 1999, Goillou moved both his family and his business to West Kelowna, where he still resides.

Guillou will try and unseat Liberal incumbent Ben Stewart.

 

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