Daryl Harrison Wins Contested Nomination in CanningtonJune 13, 2019
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 13, 2019
Daryl Harrison Wins Contested Nomination in Cannington
ARCOLA - Daryl Harrison won the contested nomination in Cannington to become the Saskatchewan Party nominated candidate for the 2020 Provincial Election.
“It is an honour to stand before you tonight as your Saskatchewan Party Nominated Candidate for 2020.” Harrison said, “I’ve lived and worked in this constituency my entire life and I’m ready to stand up for and give back to the people of this area.”
Harrison has been working in the oil industry for over 30 years in various roles including his current role as Account Manager with Baker Hughes General Electric. In addition, he is a councillor for the local rural municipality, the Director for Zone 1 of the Saskatchewan Stock Grower’s association, a member of the Lions Club, a volunteer fire fighter and a cattle rancher. Previously he has been a school division trustee for the Souris-Moose Mountain and the Southeast School Divisions. When asked, Harrison said his motivation for running is to provide a strong voice for rural Saskatchewan and stand up for our oil industry.
“Oil and Agriculture are two of the main industries in the southeast corner of this constituency.” Harrison stated, “The Saskatchewan Party government has made it clear that they are in favor of building the necessary pipelines. Premier Moe has been a true leader and advocate for Saskatchewan by not backing down against the harmful policies, such as bill C-69 in its current form, of our Federal Government. I’m ready to stand alongside him.”
Harrison and his wife Cheryl live in the constituency and have 6 children and 3 grandchildren.
With this nomination the Saskatchewan Party has nominated 40 candidates for the 2020 Provincial Election.
The next nomination meeting will be held in the constituency of Carrot River Valley on June 20, 2019.