Ambrose’s former chief of staff won’t seek Tory nomination
By Shruti ShekarAug. 30, 2017
Garry Keller said he will seek a job outside of the political arena, instead of running to fill the seat vacated by his former boss, Rona Ambrose.
Garry Keller, chief of staff to former interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose, says he will not seek the Tory nomination in Ms. Ambrose's former riding of Sturgeon River-Parkland, Alta. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Former interim official opposition leader Rona Ambrose’s chief of staff, Garry Keller, said in an email to The Hill Times on Aug. 25 he would not be seeking the Conservative nomination in Sturgeon River-Parkland, Alta.
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