Black Press Media is sharing profiles of five of the candidates in the South Okanagan – West Kootenay riding in advance of the federal election on Oct. 21. Richard Cannings is the New Democratic Party candidate in this riding. (Contributed)

Election 2019: Richard Cannings – New Democratic Party candidate for South Okanagan – West Kootenay

Richard Cannings is running for the NDP in the South Okanagan – West Kootenay riding

Unsure who to vote for? Want to know more about your local candidates? Black Press Media has you covered with profiles of five of the candidates for the South Okanagan – West Kootenay riding. The videos will be published in alphabetic order based on candidates’ last name, starting on Oct. 11 with the last video publishing on Oct. 18.

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