MP Erin Weir still has sights set on NDP nomination
By Laura RyckewaertJan. 31, 2019
The NDP Regina-Lewvan, Sask., riding association has passed a motion expressing support for the MP to run for the party’s official nomination.
NDP-turned-CCF MP Erin Weir still has the backing of the local NDP riding association in Regina-Lewvan, Sask., which recently voted to support him seeking the official NDP candidate nomination for the upcoming federal election. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Former NDP MP Erin Weir is still gunning to become the party’s official candidate, with a resolution recently passed at the riding association’s meeting expressing support for him to run in the upcoming nomination race in Regina-Lewvan, Sask.
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Laura Ryckewaert moved to Ottawa from Toronto roughly eight years ago to study a bachelor of journalism at Carleton University. She's been a reporter at The Hill Times since the end of June 2011. Follow - email@example.com
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