Liberals acclaim Shuswap riding candidate for the upcoming provincial election

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SICAMOUS - Greg Kyllo, MLA for the Shuswap riding, will be running again in the May 9, 2017 provincial election for the B.C. Liberal Party.

Kyllo, a former Sicamous councillor, was first elected in 2013. In addition to representing the Shuswap riding, he is the Parliamentary Secretary for the B.C. Jobs Plan to the Minister of Jobs, Tourism, and Skills Training and a member of the Treasury Board, the Cabinet Committee on Strong Economy, and the Cabinet Working Group on Core Review.

“Our B.C. Liberal government’s plan of growing the economy and creating jobs is working,” Kyllo says in the release. “But there’s more work to be done, and that’s why I’ve decided to run once again.”

The riding includes Armstrong, Enderby, Falkland and Salmon Arm.

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