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The new president of the Non-Partisan Association says he hopes to avoid the "mis-steps" of the past.
Peter Armstrong says he wants to see organization renewal and modernization of the party and move on from by-gone eras.
He says "I think we had issues over the years with conflicts related to people who wanted to run for mayor and that caused a fraction."
At least one of the people Armstrong's referring to is premier Christy Clark who in 2005 lost the NPA mayoral nomination to Sam Sullivan