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MLA looks to YouTube to help engage constituents

Langley MLA and B.C.’s Minister of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation Mary Polak launched her first YouTube video, seeking to continue to engage with Langley residents.

Residents are encouraged to connect with Polak via Twitter, Facebook.

Polak has told Langley residents that her YouTube Channel (www.youtube.com/MaryPolakTV) is just one more way to connect. She added that government needs to be working with citizens to achieve the bold vision for a stronger B.C.

Connect with Polak at http://www.youtube.com/user/MaryPolakTV?feature=mhee

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