Nathan Cullen flips burgers at his annual community barbecue in Smithers Aug. 20. Thom Barker photo

VIDEO: Nathan Cullen interview at his annual Smithers community barbecue

The outgoing Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP discusses serving, the election and what’s next

At his final community barbecue as MP for Skeena-Bulkley Valley, Nathan Cullen shares some thoughts on serving the riding, the upcoming federal election and what’s next for him.

The barbecue raised $590 for the Northern Society for Domestic Peace (NSDP).

“It’s great for us to have Nathan supporting our organization,” said Carol Seychuk, NSDP executive director. “I think he demonstrates a lot of social responsibility; he’s a great friend to our organization and we really appreciate it.”



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Nathan Cullen obliges Teresa Nikal with a selfie at his annual community barbecue in Smithers Aug. 20. Thom Barker photo

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