Tuesday, August 31, 2021

Need for surgery puts People's Party Candidate in Prince Rupert for health care, Jody Craven's campaign to continue

A hospital bed in Prince Rupert will make for a temporary
campaign stopover for People's Party candidate Jody Craven

It will depend on when his doctor advises him that he's good to go, before People's Party of Jody Craven will hit the campaign trail again, that with word that the candidate in the Skeena-Bulkley Valley contest will be medevaced to Prince Rupert for medical attention following a weekend health scare.

Mr. Craven noted some of the details of the last 48 hours through his campaign social media account, the candidate falling ill over the weekend taken first to the Smithers hospital, followed by plans to transport him on to Prince Rupert for what has been announced as gallbladder surgery.

The candidate told the Terrace Standard today that he is not suspending his campaign, with plans to be back at his quest for a House of Commons seat as soon as he's medically cleared.

More notes on the Skeena-Bulkley Valley campaign can be reviewed here.

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