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Provincial Conservative Party candidates Dan Brooks and Rick Peterson field questions from the audience during a candidates debate held Saturday at the 5th Avenue Seniors Centre. This was one in a series of five debates around the province before party delegates will vote for their new leader at a convention in Richmond on April 11. - James Murray photo
Provincial Conservative Party candidates Dan Brooks and Rick Peterson field questions from the audience during a candidates debate held Saturday at the 5th Avenue Seniors Centre. This was one in a series of five debates around the province before party delegates will vote for their new leader at a convention in Richmond on April 11.
— image credit: James Murray photo

Provincial Conservative Party candidates Dan Brooks and Rick Peterson field questions from the audience during a candidates debate held Saturday at the 5th Avenue Seniors Centre. This was one in a series of five debates around the province before party delegates will vote for their new leader at a convention in Richmond on April 11.

 

 

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