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Is Chilliwack too urban to represent northern B.C.?

Chilliwack may be considered one of B.C.'s main agricultural communities, but for Al Richmond, it's just too urban. Richmond is the chair of the Cariboo Regional District, and he's leading the fight to prevent parts of northern B.C. from being split up into new electoral boundaries that would see 100 Mile House voting for the same MP as Chilliwack.

Here is a copy of Richmond's letter to the Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for British Columbia.

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Cariboo Regional District Electoral Boundaries Letter

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