For PC Candidate

We all know Alberta is at a critical moment. I am running for the Progressive Conservative nomination in Edmonton-Rutherford because I want to be a bigger part of our province's future. We have tough decisions ahead of us, but with Premier Jim Prentice's leadership, I believe we will make the right decisions together.

I need the support of PCAA members in Edmonton-Rutherford. If you live in Edmonton-Rutherford, I need you to come out on March 7th to nominate me as the Progressive Conservative's candidate for Edmonton-Rutherford.

The vote will take place from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm at St. Teresa School (11350 25th Ave. Edmonton). Keep in mind that only members of the Progressive Conservative party can vote. If you don't have a membership, click on the button below to sign up.

See you on the 7th!


If you missed the deadline, DON’T WORRY, as memberships can be purchased at the door on Saturday, March 7th.

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  •   All In

    This morning I met with the Edmonton Rutherford Constituency Nomination Chair to submit my cheque, nomination forms and the required signatures for his committee’s review. I am officially now 100% in campaign mode and feverishly meeting with community leaders, family, friends, friends of friends – to tell them My Story and why I am seeking the opportunity to represent Edmonton Rutherford for the PC Party of Alberta.

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  •   My Story and Why I am Running

    When I was nine years old my mom and my sister and I moved to Edmonton. We first lived in a motel on what was then Calgary Trail North and then we moved to an apartment in the constituency of Rutherford. My brother had suddenly passed away in a vehicle related accident and my mom and dad struggled, but chose to divorce. It was an excruciating time for them, and set us off in a direction I wouldn’t wish on anyone. We moved a lot when I was young, but I was raised for several years, in Edmonton Rutherford, going to St. Teresa elementary in the early years and Louis St. Laurent for part of high school.

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  •   Endorsements For Chris LaBossiere

    Putting your name forward for public service can be terrifying, humbling and exhilarating all at the same time. I am learning that in politics, public service, or frankly any kind of cause bigger than one person, it is always the combined group of people who define and drive forward the community. From my business experience, I have learned that it also takes a diverse group of leaders with different skills and experiences to advance an idea to success. In my campaign to represent Edmonton Rutherford as the PC candidate, that is no different.

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