B.C. Conservative leader Bolin in Kamloops on Oct. 17

Trevor Bolin and Kamloops-North Thompson candidate Dennis Giesbrecht will be at Jaxsen Pacific in North Kamloops at 4 p.m. to discuss issues being faced by B.C.’s small businesses.

B.C. Conservative Leader Trevor Bolin will visit Kamloops on Saturday, Oct. 17, at 4 p.m.

He and Kamloops-North Thompson candidate Dennis Giesbrecht will be at Jaxsen Pacific in North Kamloops — at 755 Fortune Dr., across from the Fortune Shopping Centre, between Sydney Avenue and Tranquille Road — to speak with owner Evan Angel and with Shawn McLeod next door at Valhalla Smoke House, to discuss issues being faced by B.C.’s small businesses.

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Bolin will also be speaking with the media. The party is not running a candidate in Kamloops-South Thompson. It is fielding 19 candidates in B.C., which has 87 ridings.

Of the four political parties running candidates in the Kamloops-North Thompson and Kamloops-South Thompson ridings, Bolin will be the third leader to visit the city during the provincial election campaign, which began on Sept. 21.

B.C. NDP Leader John Horgan is scheduled to visit Kamloops on Oct. 17, at 9 a.m., when he is expected to make an education-related announcement at Thompson Rivers University.

B.C. Liberal Leader Andrew Wilkinson visited Kamloops on Oct. 2 and held a press conference with candidates Todd Stone (Kamloops-South Thompson) and Peter Milobar (Kamloops-North Thompson) to announce additional funding for the RCMP/Interior Health car 40 mental-health program, if elected.

B.C. Green Leader Sonia Furstenau has yet to visit either Kamloops riding during the campaign.

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