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Former federal NDP MPs Rankin, Cullen eye return to politics, seek to run for B.C. party

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Former NDP MPs Murray Rankin and Nathan Cullen both opted not to run in last fall's federal election, but want to run provincially in British Columbia. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
By Palak Mangat      

Fall election speculation appears to be a favourite Canadian pastime even in the most unprecedented of times, and British Columbia politicos got in on the fun last week, prompting two former federal political players to announce their intentions to run in the province’s next vote.

Palak Mangat

Palak Mangat is an online reporter with The Hill Times.
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