Rebel's Ex-B.C. "Correspondent" Elected To Board Of Mainstream Political Party
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Rebel’s Ex-B.C. “Correspondent” Elected To Board Of Mainstream Political Party
"I stand by everything I said," says Christopher Wilson, once part of The Rebel team alongside Faith Goldy, Gavin McInnes, and Lauren Southern

Christopher Wilson, the former “B.C. bureau chief” for Rebel Media, has been elected for a two-year term to the board of directors of Vancouver’s once-dominant civic party, the Non-Partisan Association (NPA).

At its annual general meeting last week, the right-wing municipal political party elected 10 members to its board of directors for terms ranging from one to three years. Wilson, reached Wednesday morning through his family’s West Vancouver-based tutoring business, declined to comment on his election to the NPA board or his past work with The Rebel.

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