Christy Clark

Premier to campaign in Kelowna Wednesday

Christie Clark will visit Kelowna Flightcraft and then join a rally with local Liberal candidates and supporters at the Coast Capri Hotel.

Premier Christy Clark will make a campaign stop in Kelowna Wednesday.

Clark will attend an event at the Capri Hotel being dubbed the Rally In The Valley with local incumbent Liberal MLAs, Norm Letnick, Ben Stewart and Steve Thomson.

Later in the evening, in Lake Country,Letnick is schedule to take part in an all-candidates meeting being sponsored by the Lake Country Chamber of Commerce.

The Kelowna campaign rally is slated to start at 5:30 Wednesday  and will follow a visit to Kelowna Flightcraft earlier that afternoon. Kelowna Flightcraft is located beside the the Kelowna airport.

Prior to arriving in Kelowna Wednesday, Clark will make campaign stops in Vernon, Sicamous and Salmon Arm.


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