Shelley Browne’s five key priorities

Town of Smithers: Browne, Shelley - councillor candidate

A resident of Smithers and the Bulkley Valley for over 20 years, Browne said she has always been an active member and volunteer in the community through children’s, environmental, and social justice groups.

“I believe citizens have a right and responsibility to do what they can to help make their community the very best it can be,” said Browne, who has run MP Nathan Cullen’s local constituency office for the last 10 years and has six years school board experience, and 10 years working with the B.C. government.

Browne’s five priorities include a diversified economy made easy for small business and responsible resource development; affordable and accessible housing; improved local and regional health care; increased airport traffic; and more engagement between coucnil and the public.

 

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