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Development Officer: Councillor Bremner and Npa Board

development officer: For me, right now, I'm taking a little bit of time to talk to people close to me and make sure I make an educated decision as to what the future holds for me, according to Vancouver Courier. Grant has served on the Vancouver Police Board and was an economic development officer with the band. Wade Grant said the NPA board's rejection of councillor Bremner's bid to compete to represent the party as its mayoral candidate in the Oct. 20 municipal election has caused him to contemplate whether to seek a nomination.article continues below Trending Stories Heritage Vancouver releases 2018 top 10 watch list Mounties rescue duckling after mother killed on Highway 1 in Burnaby Panel to ponder three options for arterial road and overpass through False Creek Flats Rescue operation underway for stranded parachutist in Squamishrelated Thank you Gregor Robertson for the bountiful feast of stories Squamish chief launches bid for mayor of Vancouver Updated Hector Bremner ousted as potential NPA mayoral candidate Hector Bremner remains defiant, will seek re-election in October The situation is not ideal, obviously, said Grant, who worked for three years with former premier Christy Clark as a special advisor on Indigenous affairs. He is a former band council member and once ran against current chief Wayne Sparrow in his community's election. To me, it was about finding the right fit to build a bridge where communities could come together where traditionally that hasn't happened, said Grant, who was the co-chairperson of a city-led project in 2011 to bring Indigenous people and new immigrants together in dialogue. Grant said he joined the NPA because it best reflects his values. ( As reported in the news.