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BC United introduces James Mitchell as candidate for North Vancouver–Seymour

March 5, 2024

NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C. – BC United is pleased to announce James Mitchell as its candidate for North Vancouver–Seymour in the upcoming provincial election. A lifelong resident of North Vancouver, Mitchell brings a wealth of community involvement and professional experience to his candidacy.

Currently serving as Vice Chair of the District of North Vancouver Public Library Board, Mitchell has demonstrated his commitment to community service. His volunteer work extends to various organizations such as the Rotary Club of North Vancouver, the Seymour Community Association, MONOVA, and several other local not-for-profits with a focus on environmental conservation.

In addition to his community engagement, Mitchell has a background in project management, public affairs counsel, and advocacy in the health care sector. He has also provided strategic advice to local and national elected figures on important provincial issues, serving as the British Columbia advisor to the Honourable Erin O’Toole, Leader of the Official Opposition, and advising the Conservative Party of Canada under Prime Minister Stephen Harper on British Columbia-related matters.

“James Mitchell’s track record of community engagement, professional expertise and advocacy for his community, will make him a valuable member of a BC United-led government and advocate for the people of North Vancouver–Seymour,” said Kevin Falcon, Leader of BC United. “I’m thrilled to have James join our team, as BC United continues to nominate an experienced mix of candidates from across B.C. who will be ready to deliver results for British Columbians on day one.”

“As a lifelong resident of North Vancouver, I am humbled to have the opportunity to represent my community at a pivotal moment in our province, when we are facing crises in health care, crime, and cost-of-living,” said BC United North Vancouver–Seymour candidate James Mitchell. “Under this NDP government our community continues to face crises across the issues that matter most to North Vancouver–Seymour, and I know that only BC United will be able fix these issues.”

Mitchell’s diverse professional experience includes roles at Capilano University and Seaspan Shipyards, as well as support for the University of British Columbia’s Institute for Veterans Education and Transition and the Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce.

As BC United continues to prepare for the upcoming election, the party continues to attract high calibre candidates that are United by the commitment to build a better future for the next generation.

For more information about BC United candidate James Mitchell, click here.

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