DENIS BOULET: A STRONG VOICE FOR HERITAGE IN MADAWASKA LES LACS EDMUNDSTON

November 15, 2017

Press release

Denis Boulet will be the Green candidate for the riding of Madawaska Les Lacs Edmundston in next year’s election.  He was acclaimed by the local Green party members.

''I am pleased to welcome Denis Boulet to our growing number of nominated candidates in advance of the upcoming election,” said Coon ”Denis will be a strong voice for the people of Madawaska-Les-Lacs-Edmundston, " said David Coon, leader of the Green party and MLA for Fredericton South. 

Denis Boulet had this to say about his nomination: ''I'm honored to be given this opportunity to meet with the people of Madawaska, listen to their concerns, and discuss Green policies with them. While the Green Party may seem like a novelty at first, the bottom-up approach of the Greens harkens to the historic roots of our democracy. It echoes a social heritage shared by all the peoples of New Brunswick, in which any problem faced by a community can be solved as a community. I intend to run a campaign that will bring people together for the common good and empower communities. "

Denis Boulet is the sixth Green party candidate to be nominated. The next nomination meeting will occur on November 20th at the Kinsmen Club of Fredericton. Media Advisory to follow. 

Media Contact:

CARMEN BUDILEAN, 
Executive director | Directrice exécutive
Phone : (506) 447-8499 | Fax (506) 447-8489

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