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If you want to know who is running for which public office and why - there is no reason for saying didn't have a chance to learn.

council 100x100By Staff

September 23rd, 2018

BURLINGTON, ON

 

There will be no reason for saying you don’t understand the issues and where the various candidates stand.
There are ample opportunities to hear what the candidates have to say at both the ward level and those running for the office of Mayor.

Here are those that the Gazette is aware of:

Debates between the candidates in ward 5 and 6 have taken place.

Video of those debated can be found at:

Ward 5 debate

Ward 6 debate.

Debates for ward 4 and 3 will take place this week.

Ward 4 debate will take place at Nelson High School.

Debate for ward 3 will take place at MM Robinson high school.

Debate for ward 1 will take place on Thursday October 4th at the East Plains United Church.

Debate for ward 2 will take place on Monday October 1st at the Burlington Baptist Church on New Street.

Debate for those running for the Office of Mayor will take place on October 9th at Central high school. Deb Tymstra will moderate that debate.

The following are Mayoralty level debates:

Millenial debate

 

CoC debate

 

 

BG debate

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1 comment to If you want to know who is running for which public office and why – there is no reason for saying didn’t have a chance to learn.

  • JQ Public

    Note that there is also a Mayoral and Ward 6 Candidate debate that is being held on Tuesday September 25th at 7:30 p.m. at St. George’s Anglican Church, 4691 Palladium Way in Alton, sponsored by the church.