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MP Duncan heads back to River City

North Island MP John Duncan has moved his office back to Campbell River.

The MP’s staff opened the new office on Tuesday, located at 1250F Cedar St, adjacent to the downtown bus depot.

The veteran politician first had his office in Campbell River and then moved it to Courtenay several years ago. Now, however, with the recent changes to federal riding borders, Courtenay is now longer included in the North Island riding.

“As the office lease in Courtenay is up for renewal and as Campbell River is central to the new northern riding on the Island (including Powell River) I have chosen to relocate my office,” Duncan said in a news release.I will retain all of my current staff and we look forward to continuing to serve constituents from the new location.”

The toll-free number for Duncan’s office is 1-800-667-8404.

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