Burlington Green to hold a debate for Mayoralty candidates - Schnurr to moderate.

News 100 greenBy Staff

September 119th, 2018



Burlington Green asks you to mark the date for the Municipal Election All-Candidates Event on October 3, 2018

BG Our VoiceThey will be hosting an All-Candidates Event and Mayoral Candidates Debate in partnership with Nuvo Network ahead of the Municipal Election. The event will be held on Event Wednesday, October 3, 2018 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm at Nuvo Network, located at 1295 North Service Road, Burlington – at the Intersection of Kerns Road.

BurlingtonGreen Executive Director Amy Schnurr with the bike Mountain Equipment Coop donated to the drive to get votes to win as much of the Jamieson Vitamins Call for the Wild Contest. There was $100,000 to be divided between five organizations.

BurlingtonGreen Executive Director Amy Schnurr will moderate the Burlington Green Mayoralty debate.

The format of the event is a Mayoral Candidates Debate that will be moderated by Amy Schnurr

There will also be an opportunity for the ward candidates to engage and interact with the crowd before the debate Mayoralty debate takes place.

Ward 5 Councillor Paul Sharman, who has said he will not take place in the debate to be held in his ward this evening but that he would take place in the Burlington Green debate.

Problem with that is there is no debate for the ward level candidates – which Councillor Sharman knew.

Burlington Green asks that: “If there is a local environmental issue that concerns you that requires immediate attention, please let us know. Or, if you are someone with an interest in environmental issues who likes to follow local politics, we can use your help and invite you to learn more about our volunteer Advocacy Team.

The Mayoralty debate is part of Burlington Green’s Advocacy initiative. Working under the tag line Our Voice the environmental group sets out subjects they have focused on.

Protect Burlington’s Trees
Plan Effective Transit
Preserve Greenspace
Conserve Natural Habitat
Trumpeter Swans
Save Farmland

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