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Prince George business owner Cameron Stolz announces run for city council

Stolz previously served on city council between 2008 and 2014

Former two-term city councillor Cameron Stolz has announced he will be running for city council again in this year’s municipal election.

Stolz sat on city council from 2008 to 2014, but was not re-elected in 2014 or 2018.

He was raised in Prince George and has owned and operated Great White Toys and Games for 32 years, as well as a commercial painting company with his business partner for the past four years.

Since his time on council, Stolz has remained active in the community including, serving five years as the Chair of the 396 Air Cadet’s and being active in his Rotary club, where he served as the president this past year.

“Our City is facing both significant issues and opportunities. Although these matters are complex, our community has a history of finding made in Prince George ‘sensible solutions’,” said Stolz.

He says that the challenges of the downtown have become a city wide issue.

“We have no treatment facility for women or youth in our community. How can we expect things to improve if we do not offer them a way out?,” sad Stolz who suggested that a treatment facility could be located adjacent to the Youth Containment facility just past the Regional Correctional Facility.

“Why are we wasting tax dollars on expensive band-aids so that buildings that are well past their end of life can limp along?”

Stolz said he sees an opportunity for a sensible solution that leverages city capital funds, to replace the public facilities that are past their usable life, with facilities that meet the needs of today and anticipate the changing needs of our community for tomorrow.

Voting for Prince George Mayor and Council takes place on October 15.