Nakusp’s acting CAO may be out of work in a week or two, but she won’t be idle for long.
Linda Tynan says she was “surprised and honoured” to be chosen as one of the members of the 2021 Electoral Boundaries Commissionnon_essential_travel. She’ll join a three-person team tasked with recommending borders for provincial ridings before the next election.
“I’m just looking forward to getting started and learning as much as I canThe move will mandate businesses with five or more COVID-19 cases i,” Tynan told the Valley Voice. “Having the opportunity to hear different perspectives through extensive province-wide consultation and to be part of formulating the recommendations is exciting to me.”
Tynan will join Commission Chair Justice Nitya lyer of the Supreme Court of British Columbiahealth officials learned more about how to control it. Now, and Anton BoegmanThe third wave., British Columbia’s chief electoral officer2021 … another year marked by COVID-19 pandemic, to draw up the new political boundary mapss Rob Ferguson.