Langley man helps lead provincial conservatives

The Tory’s candidate in the last B.C. election, Justin Greenwood, takes on leadership in his party.

An aspiring Langley politiciaion has stepped up to help lead a political party in this province, effective immediately.

Justin Greenwood was appointed this weeked as the deputy interm leader of the BC Conservatives.

The appointment was announced in Vernon today by interim party leader Scott Anderson.

Greenwood ran as a candidate for the BC Conservatives in the 2017 provincial general election in Langley.

He is currently a director on the provincial board, as well as a director on the Cloverdale-Langley City EDA board for the Conservative Party of Canada.

His work background is in digital media and he is employed as Vancouver area manager for a real estate media company.

“Justin has all of the attributes of a successful leader,” Anderson said.

“He is soft spoken and steady under pressure, quick on his feet, and able to adjust to any situation in a calm and considered way. Over the past weeks and months of working alongside him, I have developed an unqualified trust in his loyalty, integrity, and competency.”

Greenwood is excited about his new position.

“It’s an exciting time to be a BC Conservative as we’ve been growing exponentially since the last general election,” he said.

“I look forward to continue working on uniting conservatives across this province as we head into our leadership race this year.”

Anderson and Greenwood will serve as the party’s leadership team until a formal leadership race is called by the board following the Kelowna West by-election, which is under way now.

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Justin Greenwood ran as a BC Conservative candidate in Langley during the last provincial election.

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