Public invited to meet with MLA

Constituents are encouraged to make an appointment to discuss any issues when MLA Norm Macdonald visits Invermere.

Columbia River – Revelstoke MLA Norm Macdonald will be in Invermere on Thursday (September 6)  to meet with local residents for a catch-up session after his busy summer schedule.

As the Deputy Chair of the Special Committee on Timber Supply, Macdonald has been travelling throughout the province since May 17, holding consultations in 16 interior communities and deliberating with the Timber Supply committee. The committee’s final report, complete with recommendations, was delivered on August 15.

“I am looking forward to having more time this fall to meet with constituents and attend events in my communities,” said Macdonald in a news release.  “It was a very busy summer as the work of the Timber Supply Committee had me travelling throughout the province.  While it was important work, it meant missing many local events over the last three months.”

Individual constituents as well as representatives of community groups are invited to meet with Macdonald to discuss any issues that matter to them. To make an appointment, call 1-866-870-4188 or email Constituency staff are also available to help the public with any questions or concerns during regular office hours, Monday through Thursday, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.


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