He claims to be committed to the same principles that inspired him to run then, saying, “For too long we've witnessed the inefficient and ineffective political games of the south." He adds, “It's time to take the north’s practical, can-do attitude to Victoria, and ensure our government begins working for the good of our community.”
PRRD Director Arthur Hadland running for Peace River North MLA again
Hadland was first elected to the P-R-R-D board in 2008, and is now serving his second term as Area C Director.
He counters the arguments of those opposed to independent representation in the legislature, by suggesting independent MLAs can clearly and effectively communicate the interests of citizens they represent, without having their message shaped by political party spin-doctors and strategists.
An interview with Hadland will follow.
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