ELECTION 2015: Meet NDP candidate Smith for coffee

Cloverdale-Langley City: voters in the new federal riding invited out Saturday morning to meet Rebecca Smith, running for the NDP.

Rebecca Smith

Voters in the new federal riding of Cloverdale-Langley City are invited out to coffee this Saturday morning to meet NDP candidate Rebecca Smith.

The small business owner and management professional is hosting a morning coffee session the Tim Horton’s at 64 Avenue and 176 Street from 9-10 a.m. On Twitter, Smith offered a standing invitation to Tim Tim’s on successive Saturday mornings across the riding until the federal election on Oct. 19.

She’ll be at the Tim Hortons at 187 Street and Fraser Highway two Saturday mornings from now.

Smith is highlighting NDP leader Thomas Mulcair’s promise of $15/day for accessible childcare promise and the creation of 100,000 new childcare spaces. Smith is also hosting a pub night fundraiser Oct. 1 at Dublin Crossing Irish Pub at 18789 Fraser Highway.

For more information, visit rebeccasmith.ndp.ca.

– Cloverdale Reporter

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