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Chilliwack MLA John Les on Fraser Nicola MLA Harry Lali ads

It was a news release and four advertisements that inspired Chilliwack MLA John Les to request an investigation. Les sent a letter to the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly regarding Fraser Nicola MLA Harry Lali. Lali issued a news release and ran four advertisements in newspapers in Merritt, Ashcroft/Cache Creek and Lillooet that Les says are against the rules. Lali did admit to 'slipping up.' To find out just how the actions were inappropriate Shelley reached John Les over the phone.

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