Having evidently survived his brush with death during the recent Easter Seal Drop Zone fundraiser (assuming he did it on the Sunday after the event was postponed by high winds on Saturday) Michael Fougere will tackle his next “labour” in his Herculean struggle to become Regina’s new mayor when he announces the details of his election platform on Thursday, Sept. 6.
According to his media contact, RPL Board Chair Darlene Hincks, the press conference will be at his campaign office in the Market Mall, 309 Albert Street at 10 a.m.
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