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1) at the William of Orange Christian School she attended while growing up in Cloverdale.
“After much prayer and discussions with my family, I am excited to seek the Conservative nomination to run in Election 2019,” said Jansen.
Her parents are Matthew Symonds, one of the founders of the Independent, and Josephine Mcaffee who was one of the paper's lawyers.
Symonds grew up in East Sheen, South West London, and attended the prestigious Godolphin and Latymer School in Hammersmith.
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“My extensive business background, along with my lifetime of volunteering in the community will help me stand up in Ottawa for businesses and families in Cloverdale-Langley.” Jansen, who owned Darvonda Nurseries in Langley Township before retiring and selling the business to her son, said the Liberal government has been pursuing pro-tax policies that are harmful to business and hurtful to the economy.
“The Trudeau Liberals have decided to wage war on small businesses here in Cloverdale – Langley City, and across the country.
She helped to organized a Conservative Party leadership debate at Darvonda in February of 2017 after the region was left out of the national debate schedule.Last week it was revealed that Boris wants to get a pet dog for No10 - but it will have to get on well with Larry the cat too.Described as a popular figure in Westminster, the young PR whizz regularly attended parliamentary bashes and Tory party events while working as the party’s communications chief.I bring real life experience to the table that will allow me to speak out and fight back in the House of Commons.It would be a tremendous honour to serve my community in this role, and I am asking for support from across the riding to help me take this important first step to becoming our next Member of Parliament.” “It’s a scary thing,” she said.
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