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Vancouver-False Creek offers beautiful scenery and beloved grassroots communities; I will seek to cultivate this and provide local, compassionate solutions to the housing and addiction crisis instead of relying on a bloated bureaucracy that continues to fail our most vulnerable.

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Biography

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Naomi majored in political science and international relations at UBC. She believes values of individual liberty, lower taxes, free markets, and social tolerance need to be protected from the true greatest threat of our time - losing our freedoms to an authoritarian government.

Naomi has worked as a political aide provincially and more recently as a staffer for Jody Wilson-Raybould. Naomi stepped up to run against her former boss as a People’s Party of Canada candidate for Vancouver Granville in the 2019 federal election. Naomi has an extensive background in marketing and events management. She is passionate about public service and volunteers as a support worker for people suffering from addiction and PTSD.

The city’s housing and addictions problems have been rapidly expanding and are often felt in the Vancouver-False Creek neighbourhood. Naomi’s broad experience with these issues and concern as a life-long resident offer a sharp perspective for solutions where multilateral government efforts have failed to date. Naomi is also dedicated to conservative economic policies that include lowering taxes and supporting a free market. She stands behind liberating individuals to have dominion over their own lives and not be subjugated by a large, centralized government.

Naomi was more than happy to have joined the BC Libertarian Party. She believes that it is the only party that will provide real, positive outcomes and prosperity for British Columbia. In her spare time, Naomi enjoys the outdoor beauty of False Creek with her dog and is an avid skier at local mountains in the wintertime. She frequents small businesses and artisans in the area with great appreciation for the people and talents that are part of her community.

Reason for running

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Vancouver-False Creek offers beautiful scenery and beloved grassroots communities; I will seek to cultivate this and provide local, compassionate solutions to the housing and addiction crisis instead of relying on a bloated bureaucracy that continues to fail our most vulnerable.

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