Olympian Ravi Kahlon Bats For BC NDP In Bid For North Delta Seat

header-1ad-lakeeran-10x15-ad-revised-001ravi-kahlonNorth Delta resident and community volunteer Ravi Kahlon, who played for Canada's Olympic Field Hockey team and who is yet to be officially sworn in as a candidate, took an opening shot aimed directly at Premier Christy Clark and BC Liberal MLA Scott Hamilton, who Kahlon said have been making the wrong choices for North Delta families, and for our province. “ Overcrowded schools, longer commute times, and the endless nickel and diming with new fees, taxes, and tolls, are just a few of the ways Christy Clark and Scott Hamilton are making life harder for North Delta families,” said Kahlon. “I’m running to change that. I know we can do better.” Kahlon’s nomination will be confirmed at a meeting scheduled for November 16.

By PD Raj

NORTH DELTA – North Delta resident and community volunteer Ravi Kahlon, who played for Canada's Olympic Field Hockey team, pledged to work hard for better opportunities for our kids, and a better future for North Delta families, as he declared his candidacy for the BC NDP nomination in North Delta Monday.

“As a parent and as coach, I want all North Delta kids to have every opportunity to reach their goals,” said Kahlon, a two-time member of Canada’s Olympic field hockey team for the 2000 and 2008 games. “I believe that hard work should be rewarded, in the value of team work, and that we are at our best when we help each other up when we are down.”

ravi-kahlon-ndp-nom4ravi-kahlon-ndp-nom3Kahlon, who is yet to be officially sworn in as a candidate, took an opening shot aimed directly at Premier Christy Clark and BC Liberal MLA Scott Hamilton, who Kahlon said have been making the wrong choices for North Delta families, and for our province.

“ Overcrowded schools, longer commute times, and the endless nickel and diming with new fees, taxes, and tolls, are just a few of the ways Christy Clark and Scott Hamilton are making life harder for North Delta families,” said Kahlon. “I’m running to change that. I know we can do better.”

Kahlon, who was inducted into the Delta Sports Hall of Fame in 2013, has continued his commitment to youth athletics as a coach, on the Delta Parks and Recreation Committee, Brand-D-Logoand as a Director of High Performance for Field Hockey BC.

Kahlon’s nomination will be confirmed at a meeting scheduled for November 16. The provincial general election will be held on May 9, 2017.

 

 

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