Cariboo-Prince George Conservatives Elect New Executive
Prince George, B.C. – A changing of the guard with the Conservative Party’s Cariboo-Prince George Electoral District Association.
Cameron Stolz has stepped down as president after five years and has been replaced with Don Gowan. It happened at the party’s Annual General Meeting at the Coast Inn of the North earlier today.
“I want to thank Cameron Stolz for the job that he’s done,” says riding candidate Todd Doherty. “He’s worked very hard for us the last five months since I’ve become the candidate and as I said in the meeting, I’d be remiss if I didn’t say thank you.”
Terry Kuzma is the riding’s new vice-president, while financial agent Alain Le Febvre and secretary Kathleen Nadalin retain their positions.
Other than the changes with the executive, Doherty calls the meeting a success.
“We had a contentious nomination and we had members from all of the teams in attendance today and when we left that room we weren’t from all of those teams, we were from one team, and that’s the Cariboo-Prince George Conservative Party of Canada and that’s important as we move forward.”