BC Conservative Leader John Cummins to visit North Thompson

BC Conservative Party leader John Cummins will speak at a meeting at the Wells Gray Inn on Friday, May 25, at 7 p.m

In a swing through the BC interior next week, BC Conservative Party leader John Cummins will be making a stop in Clearwater.

Cummins will speak at a public townhall meeting to in the Monroe Room at the Wells Gray Inn on Friday, May 25, beginning at 7 p.m.

Kamloops North Thompson Constituency Association president Ed Fehr said, “We are looking forward to having John make a stop in our riding. This will a great opportunity for residents to hear more about our common sense approach to government. People are looking for an alternative to the BC Liberals, and this will be an opportunity for them to find out what we stand for.”

He went on to say, “People need to hear from John, and find out what plans and ideas our party has for the future of British Columbia.”

“The last time I spoke with Mr. Cummins in Kamloops, I found him to be a man of integrity and honesty. I think what you see is what you get.”

“I’d like to encourage people to come out, have their questions answered, and from that they can draw their own conclusions as to whether they want to support our party or not,” he concluded.


During this tour of the interior, Cummins also will make stops in Kelowna, Salmon Arm, Blind Bay and Vernon, as well as speaking to BC Conservative members at the founding meeting of the Fraser Nicola riding in Cache Creek on Saturday May 26.

– BC Conservative Party