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'''Peter Kerek''' is a member of  the [[Communist Party of Canada]]. He  is the Kamloops-North Thompson candidate for the [[Communist Party of BC]]. He is a 37-year resident of [[Kamloops]] and an Honours Grad of Norkam Secondary. The 43-year-old father of three was active on the [[Kamloops & District Labour Council]] for 15 years including twice holding the position of President. He has spent most of his working life in the fields of labour relations, community social services and transportation while also attaining a Bachelor of Arts Degree from UBC and a Bachelor of Journalism Degree from TRU.
 
'''Peter Kerek''' is a member of  the [[Communist Party of Canada]]. He  is the Kamloops-North Thompson candidate for the [[Communist Party of BC]]. He is a 37-year resident of [[Kamloops]] and an Honours Grad of Norkam Secondary. The 43-year-old father of three was active on the [[Kamloops & District Labour Council]] for 15 years including twice holding the position of President. He has spent most of his working life in the fields of labour relations, community social services and transportation while also attaining a Bachelor of Arts Degree from UBC and a Bachelor of Journalism Degree from TRU.

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Peter Kerek


Peter Kerek is a member of the Communist Party of Canada. He is the Kamloops-North Thompson candidate for the Communist Party of BC. He is a 37-year resident of Kamloops and an Honours Grad of Norkam Secondary. The 43-year-old father of three was active on the Kamloops & District Labour Council for 15 years including twice holding the position of President. He has spent most of his working life in the fields of labour relations, community social services and transportation while also attaining a Bachelor of Arts Degree from UBC and a Bachelor of Journalism Degree from TRU.

2017 candidates

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