Rebel's Ex-B.C. "Correspondent" Elected To Board Of Mainstream Political Party - 2019-12-02

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F0.png Rebel's Ex-B.C. "Correspondent" Elected To Board Of Mainstream Political Party December 2, 2019, Darryl Greer, Canadaland

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.

"I'm no longer a rebel," Wilson told Canadaland. "I'm not publicly commenting because that's against party rules, so you should've done your research. I haven't been with The Rebel for many years now."

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{{cite news | first = Darryl | last = Greer | title = Rebel's Ex-B.C. "Correspondent" Elected To Board Of Mainstream Political Party | url = https://www.canadalandshow.com/rebel-media-christopher-wilson-npa-board/ | work = Canadaland | date = December 2, 2019 | accessdate = December 3, 2019 }}