Conservative Candidate Enters the Fray in Cariboo North
Quesnel, B.C. – The race for MLA in Cariboo North is getting crowded.
The B.C. Conservatives have announced Quesnel School Board vice chairperson Tony Goulet will carry the party’s banner into this May’s provincial election.
Along with his work as a trustee, Goulet is also executive director of the Quesnel Tillicum Society and president of the North Cariboo Metis Association. In addition to that, he owns Goulet Enterprises Ltd., a business that delivers bread in the Quesnel area.
“I’m proud and honoured to represent the B.C. Conservatives as party that puts honesty, integrity and service to constituents as its top priorities,” says Goulet. “My whole career has involved serving community interests first and now I’d like to carry that work on into the Legislature in Victoria.”
Goulet is one of just five BC Conservatives that have been nominated by the party so far (there are 87 ridings in the province).
The other candidates in Cariboo North are incumbent Liberal MLA Coralee Oakes, Scott Elliott of the NDP and Richard Jacques of the BC Green Party.
Voters head to the polls May 9.
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