Rich Leighton

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Tom Mulcair, federal NDP leader, visited Nanaimo to talk about his party's platform for the upcoming federal election.

  • Mar. 5, 2015 5:00 a.m.

Rich Leighton, owner of Arbutus Music, left, and Tom Mulcair, federal NDP leader, discuss an antique cello under repair at the store Tuesday. Mulcair and Sheila Malcolmson, NDP candidate for the Nanaimo-Ladysmith riding, visited the store to promote the party’s proposed tax cuts for small businesses, part of its platform for the upcoming federal election.

Rich Leighton, owner of Arbutus Music, left, and Tom Mulcair, federal NDP leader, discuss an antique cello under repair at the store Tuesday. Mulcair and Sheila Malcolmson, NDP candidate for the Nanaimo-Ladysmith riding, visited the store to promote the party’s proposed tax cuts for small businesses, part of its platform for the upcoming federal election.

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