Wayne Stetski shares thoughts on Conservative Rob Morrison’s first nine months, praise Liberal COVID efforts, slams WE scandal

Nine months after losing his seat in parliament to new Conservative MP Rob Morrison, former NDP Kootenay-Columbia MP Wayne Stetski says he “misses helping people” but light-heartedly noted that he is making good progress on his honey-do list.

Speaking on Kootenay Morning Friday, Stetski, a life-long public servant, says he’s considering running again federally — or even provincially.

Stetski says he has been keeping a close eye on MP Rob Morrison. The former MP and Cranbrook mayor is questioning Morrison’s decision not to open a second constituency office in Nelson, the fact he’s sent only one MP newsletter out since October’s election and the Conservative’s focus on gun rights.

On the national front, Stetski feels the Trudeau Liberals were doing a good job on COVID response, but have made some programs too complicated. The WE scandal is “very disappointing” he says.

You can listen to the entire 10-minute interview here