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Gary Law to run as an independent

Gary Law, who had hoped to seek the Richmond Centre Liberal nomination before the party handed it to Teresa Wat, will run in that riding as an independent.

“Most of the people in the community know that I have a heart to serve individual groups and also organizations within the community,” Law said

Law took a leave of absence from the Burnaby RCMP last November to pursue his political aspirations. He was working there as a corporal, in charge of the detachment’s auxiliary police officers program.

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