Liz Logan is looking forward to May for two reasons – to ride her motorcycle and to run in the provincial elections.
Logan will represent the Green Party in the North Peace elections.
She says the Green Party’s platform covers far more than the environment.
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Logan was elected Chief of the Fort Nelson First Nation in 1998 and remained Chief until 2005. She was re-elected in 2006.
She is a trained nurse and has a business and administration background.
Logan says one of her main concerns is ensuring local people get work when companies do business in the area.
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Logan is a strong advocate for the Treaty 8 Nations. She is a descendent of Chief Jimmie Badine who signed the Fort Nelson First Nation adhesion to Treaty #8.
For more information on Logan and the Green Party, visit http://www.greenparty.bc.ca/