NDP leader John Horgan, with Langley riding candidate Andrew Mercier, announcing a funding pledge to complete the SkyTrain line, in Douglas Park on Thursday, Oct. 8. Today (Oct. 21) Horgan will be returning to Langley to talk about health care and the province’s response to the pandemic. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)

NDP leader John Horgan, with Langley riding candidate Andrew Mercier, announcing a funding pledge to complete the SkyTrain line, in Douglas Park on Thursday, Oct. 8. Today (Oct. 21) Horgan will be returning to Langley to talk about health care and the province’s response to the pandemic. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)

Horgan returns to Langley Wednesday to talk health care and pandemic response

BC NDP leader will be joined by local candidates at a residence

BC NDP leader John Horgan will be in Langley Wednesday morning with local NDP candidates to make an announcement regarding health care and the province’s response to the pandemic.

Horgan will be joined by local candidates Andrew Mercier, Megan Dykeman, and Mike Starchuk at a residence (5234 198 St.) in Langley City at 10:40 a.m. Wednesday, according to a press release.

This is the second time Horgan will be making a stop in Langley during this election campaign.

On Oct. 8, Horgan pledged $1.5 billion to complete the SkyTrain extension to Langley during a campaign stop at Langley City’s Douglas Park.

READ MORE: Horgan pledges NDP will complete $1.5 billion SkyTrain extension to Langley

Stay tuned for more about today’s announcement.


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