Paul Redekopp announces his candidacy for the Massion-Matsqui-Fraser Canyon riding

New riding, which includes Agassiz and Harrison, has Conservative Party candidate nomination

Paul Redekopp has announced that he will run as a nomination candidate for the Conservative Party of Canada Electoral District Association in the newly constituted federal riding of Mission-Matsqui-Fraser Canyon.

He has experience as an independent contractor, former caregiver (to those with developmental disabilities),  and within federal, provincial and municipal politics. Redekopp would like to focus on lower taxes, safer communities and job creation to ensure children have a great future.

Redekopp has been volunteering since he was 10 years old, starting with going door-to-door raising money for Timmy’s Telethon. Currently, he sits on the board for The Child Development Centre, his church council and volunteers with many charities and non-profit organizations.

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