PERTH-WELLINGTON – The People’s Party of Canada has once again replaced its candidate for this riding in the Oct. 21 federal election.
Roger Fuhr of St. Paul will now represent the fledgling party, taking over for Rory A. Tekanoff.
In an email to the Advertiser, Fuhr said Tekanoff resigned due to health reasons.
Tekanoff had assumed the party’s nomination from initial nominee Ken Metzger, who withdrew.
In the upcoming election, Fuhr, who ran as an independent candidate in the 2015 federal election, will face: Geoff Krauter of the NDP, Pirie Mitchell of the Liberal Party, incumbent Conservative John Nater, Collan Simmons of the Green Party and Irma Devries of the Christian Heritage Party.
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