Candidate responses online

All candidates for the upcoming municipal election were given the opportunity to respond in writing to nine questions

  • Nov. 3, 2011 6:00 p.m.

Campbell River Chamber of Commerce received candidates written responses to the nine questions posed at the  recent Chamber All Candidates Business Forum and has posted them online.

All candidates for the upcoming municipal election were given the opportunity to respond in writing to the 9 questions posed by the Chamber representing the priorities of our members and our position on good governance pillars for our municipality. The written responses are posted on the home page of the Chamber’s website at Responses are presented exactly as they were received with the exception of the page title, candidate name and position wanted which were added for clarity where possible.

The Chamber is providing this information as a service to our members and the community to help inform decision making for voting on Nov. 19.  They have also included information on their website about the new polling locations.

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