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Kathy Corrigan acclaimed by BC NDP to run in Burnaby-Deer Lake

Burnaby Deer-Lake MLA Kathy Corrigan has won the nomination to run for a second term for the New Democrats.

Corrigan was nominated by acclamation at the constituency nomination meeting at Bonsor Recreation Centre. She currently serves as NDP opposition critic for public safety.

“The people of British Columbia are ready for change,” Corrigan said in her nomination speech, according to a press release.

“The BC Liberals have let down a lot of families in Burnaby and New Democrats are ready to deliver the change we need in Burnaby-Deer Lake.”

Voters go to the polls for the next provincial election on May 14.

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