B.C. Liberal leadership candidate Dianne Watts was in Revelstoke for a Meet and Greet Tuesday afternoon. (Submitted.)

B.C. Liberal leadership hopeful tours the Interior

Dianne Watts makes short stop in Revelstoke

Dianne Watts spent a few days with B.C. Liberal supporters in the Interior.

Her first stop on the tour was in Revelstoke, where she met with supporters at Conversations Coffee House on Mackenzie Avenue.

“Communities are the engines behind economic growth and delivering public services,” said Watts. “The time has come to strengthen our partnerships between local communities and the province.”

She also made stops in Salmon Arm and Vernon.

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