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Condolences can be left at MP's office

Langley MP Mark Warawa has joined other Members of Parliament across Canada in starting a book of condolences in memory of Jack Layton.

The book can be signed at his constituency office, which is located at 104-4769 222 St. in Murrayville, in the building behind the Wired Monk.

“Providing a book of condolences for our constituents will help afford Canadians across the country with a vehicle to pay tribute to Jack Layton with their own thoughts, prayers and memories,” said Warawa.

Once the condolence book is filled with thoughts and prayers from Langley constituents, Mark Warawa will send it to Layton’s family.

The office is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday though Friday.

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