A former Red Deer city manager is vying to be the NDP’s candidate for the Red Deer North riding. (Contributed photo)

A former Red Deer city manager is vying to be the NDP’s candidate for the Red Deer North riding. (Contributed photo)

Former Red Deer city manager running for Red Deer North NDP nomination

Craig Curtis throws his hat in the ring

A former Red Deer city manager is vying to be the NDP’s candidate for the Red Deer North riding.

Craig Curtis has announced he is running for the nomination in a riding currently held by the UCP. The next provincial election is scheduled for 2023, between March 1 and May 31.

“I have always worked proactively as an architect, a planner and a municipal leader resulting in the building of Red Deer’s crown jewel – the Waskasoo Park system as well as the (Peavey Mart) Centrium and the facilities for the 2019 Canada Winter Games,” a Curtis campaign brochure said.

Curtis has three decades of service to Red Deer ad director of community services and city manager.

He is the former chair of the Alberta Cultural Heritage Foundation and a member of the Alberta Multiculturalism Commission.

For more information, visit www.craigcurtisrd.com.



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