Kyle Demes, who has his PhD in zoology from UBC, is in search of the federal seat now held by Tory MP Nelly Shin.
A Port Moody scientist will run for the Liberal occasion nod within the subsequent federal election.
Final week, Kyle Demes introduced his candidacy for the driving of Port Moody-Coquitlam, a seat that’s at the moment held by Conservative MP Nelly Shin.
If he wins his occasion nomination, Demes mentioned he would marketing campaign on the occasion’s observe report — “whether or not it’s lifting 278,000 youngsters out of poverty, defending our coasts with the report $1.5 billion Oceans Safety Plan, supporting Canadians and small companies by means of the COVID-19 pandemic, investing in native infrastructure tasks or unmuzzling scientists after 10 years of Stephen Harper,” he mentioned in a press launch.
Demes, who has his PhD in zoology from UBC, is at the moment advising Canadian establishments on analysis growth and technique.
A nomination date has but to be introduced by the Liberals in Port Moody-Coquitlam; a federal election date has additionally but to be known as.