Federal candidates for Mission Matsqui Fraser Canyon

Five candidates for Oct. 19 election

Ashcroft and Cache Creek voters in the new Mission-Matsqui-Fraser Canyon federal riding will have a full slate of candidates to choose from.

Ashcroft and Cache Creek residents will be voting in the federal riding of Mission-Matsqui-Fraser Valley on Oct. 19, and they will have a choice of five candidates.

Conservative candidate Brad Vis lives in Abottsford. He has been diligently working to develop and promote new opportunities in the agri-business sector. See more information at bradvis.conservative.ca

Liberal candidate Jati Sidhu lives in Abottsford and is the current CEO and president of the Sidhu Group, which focuses on housing and business development. See more information at www.jatisidhu.liberal.ca

NDP candidate Dennis Adamson is director for Electoral Area B in the Fraser Valley Regional District.

Green Party candidate Art Green lives in Hope. He has worked in the forestry sector as well as oil and gas. He now runs his own bookkeeping and income tax firm. See more information at www.greenparty.ca/en/candidates/bc

Independent candidate Wyatt Scott (Mission) owns and operates a small manuracturing business in Mission. See more information at www.wyattscott.ca

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