UPDATE: David Wilks to miss all-candidates forum

Kootenay-Columbia Conservative Party candidate will not be at the Revelstoke all-candidates forum scheduled for next Tuesday, Apr. 12.

Wilks told the Times Review he was already scheduled to be in Nakusp that day and so he is unable to attend the forum.

Betty Aitchison of the Liberal Party, independent candidate Brent Bush, William Green of the Green Party and Mark Shimgelsky of the NDP will be in attendance.

The forum, which is being organized by the Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce, will provide an opportunity for people to ask questions of the candidates directly.

It takes place April 12 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Revelstoke Community Centre. Wilks said

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