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RUSTAD: “Yes, I am seriously considering seeking the leadership of the party”

  MENTION THE BC CONSERVATIVES and you’ll get derision and mockery from some ... others will say they are a breath of fresh air   ... and still others will go, “The BC Who?”   But ask current Conservative Party of BC President, Ryan Warawa , about the party and he’ll say that “ The seeds of party renewal -- that were planted when I was elected President in 2017 and Trevor Bolin was elected Leader in 2019 -- have grown into a harvest .”   In addition to being Party President, Ryan ran as a Conservative candidate in Langley East, in the 2020 election provincial election. When I spoke with him this past Friday Warawa indicated that he is interested in running for the Conservatives in the new Langley - Aldergrove riding.   “ By no longer serving as Party President, it will allow me to focus my attention on that riding leading up to the next provincial election ”, he said to me. Trevor Bolin with Conservative Party candidates from the Langley area -- 2020 provincial election O
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