NDP MP erects campaign office in empty Burnaby sex shop

An advertisement calling to re-elect NDP MP Peter Julian popped up in an empty sex shop in Burnaby, British Columbia.
An advertisement calling to re-elect NDP MP Peter Julian popped up in an empty sex shop in Burnaby, British Columbia.

NDP MP Peter Julian will be campaigning out of a former adult entertainment store for re-election in October 2019.

The orange “Re-elect Peter Julian” sign was originally seen by local Daniel Fontaine in the empty sex shop alongside a “for lease” advertisement.

It was then reported by theBreaker.news with a photograph which appeared to show the sing in the window of the store.

When contacted for comment, President for the New Westminster-Burnaby NDP, Savanna Mak, said that the sign was mistakenly placed there by a volunteer before the shopfront had been changed.

The New Westminster-Burnaby NDP has rented an office space as our  campaign office, however the previous tenant did not remove their  storefront signs,” said Mak.

“A volunteer put Peter’s re-election signs in the  window, however they have been taken down as we work to have the  previous tenant’s signs removed.