Former Delta South candidate Goodrich seeking seat on Vancouver council

Justin Goodrich is taking another shot at public office.

The former South Delta resident announced he’ll be running as a Vancouver council candidate for the NPA in this fall’s civic election.

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Goodrich, now 35, was an active member of the South Delta community in the 1990s and well into the 2000s.

He ran as the Unity Party candidate in Delta South in the 2001 provincial election and was active in politics elsewhere, including with the provincial Liberals and as leader of the Reform B.C. Youth Association.

He’s also a former president of the Delta Healthcare Association, a group that took the mantle from the Save Delta Hospital Society but is no longer active, and was involved with youth-related issues.

His bio states he’s now a managing partner at Alliance Public Affairs Group, a Vancouver-based consulting firm that works with non-profit agencies and First Nations organizations.

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