Cowichan Valley candidates hard on the trail as campaign wraps us

Cowichan Lake’s own Tanya Kaul, who is the Liberal candidate in the upcoming provincial election, was hard on the campaign trail over the last weekend in Honeymoon Bay, Lake Cowichan and Duncan. Supporters joined her to wave and wave signs as she worked to meet as many members of the public as possible in what has been a challenging campaign due to the COVID-19 pandemic, that has curtailed the usual door-knocking. (Submitted)
Cowichan Lake’s own Tanya Kaul, who is the Liberal candidate in the upcoming provincial election, was hard on the campaign trail over the last weekend in Honeymoon Bay, Lake Cowichan and Duncan. Supporters joined her to wave and wave signs as she worked to meet as many members of the public as possible in what has been a challenging campaign due to the COVID-19 pandemic, that has curtailed the usual door-knocking. (Submitted)
Cowichan Lake’s own Tanya Kaul, who is the Liberal candidate in the upcoming provincial election, was hard on the campaign trail over the last weekend in Honeymoon Bay, Lake Cowichan and Duncan. Supporters joined her to wave and wave signs as she worked to meet as many members of the public as possible in what has been a challenging campaign due to the COVID-19 pandemic, that has curtailed the usual door-knocking. (Submitted)
Cowichan Lake’s own Tanya Kaul, who is the Liberal candidate in the upcoming provincial election, was hard on the campaign trail over the last weekend in Honeymoon Bay, Lake Cowichan and Duncan. Supporters joined her to wave and wave signs as she worked to meet as many members of the public as possible in what has been a challenging campaign due to the COVID-19 pandemic, that has curtailed the usual door-knocking. (Submitted)
Cowichan Valley candidate and Green Party leader Sonia Furstenau held a number of events over the weekend, which included, below, a visit to the downtown Duncan Farmers Market, and above, attending a Youth Day of Action in Cowichan where she spoke about the need to make housing more affordable, especially for young people, with such things as co-op housing, a rental supplement and more. (Nicholas Miller photos)
Cowichan Valley candidate and Green Party leader Sonia Furstenau held a number of events over the weekend, which included, below, a visit to the downtown Duncan Farmers Market, and above, attending a Youth Day of Action in Cowichan where she spoke about the need to make housing more affordable, especially for young people, with such things as co-op housing, a rental supplement and more. (Nicholas Miller photos)
Cowichan Valley candidate and Green Party leader Sonia Furstenau held a number of events over the weekend, which included, below, a visit to the downtown Duncan Farmers Market, and above, attending a Youth Day of Action in Cowichan where she spoke about the need to make housing more affordable, especially for young people, with such things as co-op housing, a rental supplement and more. (Nicholas Miller photos)
Cowichan Valley candidate and Green Party leader Sonia Furstenau held a number of events over the weekend, which included, below, a visit to the downtown Duncan Farmers Market, and above, attending a Youth Day of Action in Cowichan where she spoke about the need to make housing more affordable, especially for young people, with such things as co-op housing, a rental supplement and more. (Nicholas Miller photos)
Federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh, left, joined Rob Douglas, right, NDP candidate for the Cowichan Valley in the upcoming provincial election, on a tour to meet people in Lake Cowichan on Oct. 16 and discuss local issues.  (Robert Barron/Citizen) Douglas’s campaign continued to pull out all the stops with a visit on Sunday from Premier John Horgan for some spearfishing in Duncan. (Submitted)
Federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh, left, joined Rob Douglas, right, NDP candidate for the Cowichan Valley in the upcoming provincial election, on a tour to meet people in Lake Cowichan on Oct. 16 and discuss local issues.  (Robert Barron/Citizen) Douglas’s campaign continued to pull out all the stops with a visit on Sunday from Premier John Horgan for some spearfishing in Duncan. (Submitted)
Federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh, left, joined Rob Douglas, right, NDP candidate for the Cowichan Valley in the upcoming provincial election, on a tour to meet people in Lake Cowichan on Oct. 16 and discuss local issues.  (Robert Barron/Citizen) Douglas’s campaign continued to pull out all the stops with a visit on Sunday from Premier John Horgan for some spearfishing in Duncan. (Submitted)
Federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh, left, joined Rob Douglas, right, NDP candidate for the Cowichan Valley in the upcoming provincial election, on a tour to meet people in Lake Cowichan on Oct. 16 and discuss local issues.  (Robert Barron/Citizen) Douglas’s campaign continued to pull out all the stops with a visit on Sunday from Premier John Horgan for some spearfishing in Duncan. (Submitted)

Candidates for the provincial riding of Cowichan Valley were hard on the campaign trail on the weekend of Oct. 17-18.

Green Party leader Sonia Furstenau held several events in Cowichan, NDP candidate Rob Douglas had big-name visits from federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh and provincial NDP leader and Premier John Horgan, and Liberal candidate Tanya Kaul toured from Honeymoon Bay to Duncan.

Check out photos from their campaigns as you head to the polls today, Oct. 24 to cast your ballot.

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