Tyson Strandlund is the Communist candidate for Esquimalt-Saanich-Sooke.
Tyson is Métis, a fierce advocate of decolonisation and the rights of Indigenous peoples. Tyson is currently at UVic, pursuing his M.A. in the department of History.https://t.co/taMsKPUrYT pic.twitter.com/2dhPl8K1VH
— CommunistPartyCanada (@compartycanada) September 4, 2019
The Communist Party of Canada has announced that University of Victoria student Tyson Strandlund will be running as the Communist candidate for Esquimalt-Saanich-Sooke riding. According to their tweet, Tyson is Métis, a fierce advocate of decolonisation and the rights of Indigenous peoples. Tyson is currently at UVic, pursuing his M.A. in the Department of History.
Note that the Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce will be hosting an all-candidates debate at EMCS on October 11. More information will be made available on this near the end of September.
Running in the 2019 federal election (in alphabetical order by last name) in the Esquimalt-Saanich-Sooke riding are:
- Randall Garrison (incumbent) for the New Democrat Party
- Jamie Hammond for the Liberal Party
- David Merner for the Green Pary
- Dr. Randall Pewarchuk for Conservative Party
- Tyson Strandlund for the Communist Party
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