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The sun was up today in a cloudless Vancouver sky to welcome the BC NDP Convention.
It has been an inspiring morning checking in with developments with the YND convention and the Women’s Caucus meeting.
Delegates are starting to arrive and buzz about while I’m finalizing the ideas for my video message as candidate for Vice-President.
My virtually green campaign for Vice-President has fully moved green now as I’ve submitted my one and only half-page campaign leaflet to party staff for distribution to delegates. All the rest is online: the party will send my candidate statement to delegates’ email addresses shortly with links to me in Twitter, Facebook and, of course, here.
Each hour in the last 6 has brought the excitement of a weekend of change as more and more of the convention puzzle pieces gets assembled.
Chatting with MLAs in the registration line about where we hope to be in 45 hours is motivating for all.
If you would like to chat, I’ll be sitting at the Vancouver-Kensington table and watching my Twitter, Facebook and email for your ideas and questions.
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, former suburban Vancouver high school English and Social Studies teacher who changed careers because the BC Liberal Party has been working hard to ruin public education. He has various English and Political Science degrees and has been writing political, social and economic editorials since November 2002. Stephen is in Twitter
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